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October 2018 (Vol. 3 Issue 8)

Antibiotics: not for joints
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Stroke victims with a high level of vitamin A in the blood recover more quickly and are less likely to die than patients with lower levels

Stroke victims with a high level of vitamin A in the blood recover more quickly and are less likely to die than patients with lower levels.

According to a study by the Free University Hospital in Brussels of 80 stroke patients, high levels of vitamin were associated with a better outcome. The researchers also looked at whether vitamin E played a role in recovery but found no such association.


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