June 2003 Issue
Chromium Connections: Promising Health Roles Surface at Expert Summit
Leading experts on the mineral chromium came together in early April in Boston for a summit titled, “Chromium in Health and Disease.” EN was there to report on the latest research. Among the most important: chromium’s role in preventing and controlling diabetes and heart disease and, more surprisingly, as a possible treatment for depression.
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