May 2005 Issue
• Eating two eggs a day had no effect on the ability of arteries to
dilate, a reliable indicator of cardiovascular risk, according to a study from Yale Prevention Research Center.
• Exercising regularly and learning to manage stress improves improves the prognosis for people with heart disease, report researchers from Duke University Medical Center
• A natural pest-killing component of carrots may reduce cancer risk, say British researchers.
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