Published in Women's Health Weekly, January 11th, 1999
The advisory comes in the wake of a number of recent studies, including a 14-year study at the Harvard School of Public Health involving 80,000 women, which concluded that high homocysteine levels play a central role in cardiovascular disease. An estimated 20 million Americans, more than one of every three people with heart disease, experience high levels of homocysteine. This means that screening for the problem could significantly...
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