According to WebMD, vitamin C can improve the immune system, help prevent colds, lower the risk of stroke in patients and reduce the signs of aging. Vitamin C can be taken orally or applied in serum form directly to the ... More »

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Apply a liquid skin care product that contains 3 to 10 percent vitamin C onto your face in the morning after exfoliating, instructs The Dr. Oz Show. If the vitamin C causes dry skin, apply a moisturizer after using it. I... More »

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It is believed that vitamin C skin serums help fight off free radicals, slow the aging process and reverse certain signs of aging. Look for serums that come in airless chamber pumps; vitamin C becomes unstable when expos... More »

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Vitamin C may help those with immune systems weakened by stress; may reduce the risk of stroke; reduces complications from colds and flu; and improves skin health, explains WebMD. These benefits to the body were discover... More »

Potential dangers of vitamin E include allergic skin reactions, dizziness, heart conditions, increased risk of fainting and increased risk of stroke, according to the Mayo Clinic. It may also cause increased insulin resi... More »

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Doctors are not sure of the disadvantages of taking too much vitamin E, but long-term use of the vitamin may increase the risk of stroke. People with diabetes or heart conditions may also exacerbate their risk of heart f... More »

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While female patients at risk of stroke are advised to eat oily fish containing omega-3 fatty acids at least twice a week, omega-3 fatty acid supplements and plant sterols are not recommended as a primary method of strok... More »

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