Heart Beat: 04/02

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High Homocysteine, a Heart Threat, Is Linked to Alzheimers DiseaseHigher-than-normal levels of homocysteine, a substance made in the body during the digestion of protein, signal an increased risk of heart disease and stroke. A study reported in the February 14 2002 New England Journal of Medicine found convincing evidence that elevated homocysteine may also raise […]
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