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High folate intake linked with nerve-damage risk in older adults with common gene variant

(Tufts University, Health Sciences Campus) High folate (vitamin B9) intake is associated with increased risk for a nerve-damage disorder in older adults who have a common genetic variation linked to reduced cellular vitamin B12 availability.
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