AHA Advises Against Antioxidant Supplementation For CHD Prevention
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Use of antioxidant supplementation for cardiovascular disease prevention is not supported by clinical trial data, according to a scientific advisory issued by the American Heart Association Aug. 3
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