July 1999 Issue
Fluids: Eight Is Not Enough
Drinking more fluids may help prevent bladder cancer, the fourth most common cancer in men, say Harvard researchers. In a study of nearly 50,000 middle-aged men from across the U.S., those who drank the most total fluids (more than 10 cups a day) were only half as likely to develop bladder cancer over a 10-year period as those who drank the least (five or fewer cups a day). For every one cup increase
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