By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent
14 March 2017
From the section Science & Environment
B vitamins may offer some protection against the impacts of air pollution, a small scale human trial suggests.
Researchers in the US found that high doses of these supplements may "completely offset" the damage caused by very fine particulate matter.
The scientists involved say the effect is real but stress the limitations of their work.
Rest at link below which includes a link to the short paper.