Does Vitamin E Help Stem the Progression of Macular Degeneration?
June 12, 2010
An article in Ophthalmology found no harmful or beneficial effects of vitamin E on age related macular degeneration. And this was a very good study- randomized, placebo-controlled, and with 39,000 subjects. Oh well. Can we stop wasting time and money on vitamins already?
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