November 1999 Issue
Get Your Five a Day To Lower Stroke Risk
"An apple a day " may turn out to be more prophetic than any of us realize. Now, Harvard researchers report that eating fruits and vegetables regularly may protect against the most common kind of stroke.The findings emerged after the researchers combined the data from two large on-going studies that have followed the diet habits of over 114,000 health professionals for up to 14 years. Each one-serving increase in fruits and vegetables, up to
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