Multi-vitamins lower risk of heart attack

Researchers in one study analyzed the diets, dietary supplement use and lifestyles of 31,671 women with no history of cardiovascular disease.

After 10 years of follow up, compared to women who did not take supplements, women who took multi-vitamins alone were 27 percent less likely to have had a heart attack, and those who took multi-vitamins with other supplements were 30 percent less likely. Results were similar for regular and occasional multi-vitamin users. 

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