Do Megadoses of Vitamin E Pose a Risk? A new study suggests that taking high doses of vitamin E is dangerous. But there are disagreements over how to interpret the findings. Hear NPR's Jennifer Ludden and Dr. Marcello Pagano of the Harvard School of Public Health.
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Do Megadoses of Vitamin E Pose a Risk?

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Do Megadoses of Vitamin E Pose a Risk?

Do Megadoses of Vitamin E Pose a Risk?

Do Megadoses of Vitamin E Pose a Risk?

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A new study suggests that taking high doses of vitamin E is dangerous. But there are disagreements over how to interpret the findings. Hear NPR's Jennifer Ludden and Dr. Marcello Pagano of the Harvard School of Public Health.