Research Roundup

November 2003 Issue

Exercise, Fruits, Veggies Help Prevent Stroke

• Being active reduces your risk of having—and dying from—a stroke, according to West Texas A&M researchers. . . • Fruits and vegetables protect against strokes in both men and women. . .

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