Ginkgo Fails to Prevent Heart Attacks or Strokes
But study suggests possible benefit against PAD.

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The herbal treatment ginkgo biloba struck out in another major test, this time of its purported ability to prevent heart attacks and strokes. But researchers were surprised by a possible benefit of ginkgo in preventing peripheral artery disease (PAD).
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