Low Folate Levels in Arthritis Patients May Raise Heart Risks

The B9 vitamin, folate, is perhaps most widely known for its benefit to pregnant women, but it also plays a role in preventing cognitive decline and reducing stroke risk, and according to a recent study, low levels may be linked to heart risks in rheumatoid arthritis patients. Researchers at the University of Texas studied 683 rheumatoid arthritis patients, and divided them into three groups based on the folate levels in their blood. Group one had folate levels below 4.3 nanograms per...

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