February 2005 Issue
•The vitamin E in foods may help fight prostate and lung cancer, without affecting healthy cells, tests at the Children’s Hospital Oakland Research Institute in California showed.
•Exposure to low levels of lead may increase the risk of cataracts, according to a study from Boston’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
•One drink a day may actually benefit older women’s mental function, according to results from the Nurses’ Health Study.
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