November 2005 Issue
• A drop in hemoglobin increases the risk of complications and death for those with heart failure.
• Women who eat breakfast, especially those who eat cereal, are less likely to be overweight than women who don’t.
• Women who eat the most soy foods have the lowest risk of fracture, especially in the first 10 years after menopause.
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