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Vitamins E, C useless against vision disorder

Taking vitamins E and C have been found to posess no benefits in combating vision degeneration.

The ongoing study tracked elderly men taking the vitamin supliments over eight years.

No benefit was found in the consumption of the supliments when compared to the consumption of a placebo.

The study had hoped the vitamins, both antioxidants, would prevent tissue destruction within the eyes.

Read more at Harvard Medical School & Brigham and Women's Hospital

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