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

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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