Homocysteine levels are not linked to heart risks, study suggests

02/22/2012 | HealthDay News

No increased risk of heart disease was found in people with a gene variant that is linked to 20% higher homocysteine levels, University of Oxford researchers reported in PLoS Medicine. The findings run counter to earlier studies that said the amino acid may be a modifiable risk factor for heart disease.

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