Research Roundup

March 2005 Issue

Research Roundup

Elevated fasting blood sugar is associated with an increased risk of death from cancer, according to a large Korean study.
Weight gain may increase the risk of kidney stones, especially among women, according to new analysis of three ongoing Harvard trials.
Omega-3 fatty acids may reduce the risk of sudden death by significantly lowering heart rate.

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