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July 2004 Issue

Inflammation May Be Key Cause of Heart Disease and More: Diet’s Role

Inflammation used to be considered a sign of infection. Nothing more, nothing less. Now itís been implicated in everything from heart disease and cancer to Alzheimerís and stroke, with experts suggesting that what you eat can either aggravate inflammation or lessen its effects. Hereís the latest on the diet/inflammation connection.

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