Study suggests vitamin B does not help prevent vascular events

08/3/2010 | HealthDay News

Researchers found that the risk of a secondary stroke, heart attack or death was no different in stroke patients who received vitamin B supplements than in those who received a placebo. However, the vitamins proved to be well-tolerated and effective in reducing homocysteine levels in stroke patients, the study found.

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