Folic acid won't cut heart, stroke risk, study says

Dec. 12, 2006
Taking a folic acid supplement does not cut the risk of heart disease or stroke in people with a history of cardiovascular ailments, according to a recent study.
Taking a folic acid supplement does not cut the risk of heart disease or stroke in people with a history of cardiovascular ailments, according to a recent study.

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