September 2005 Issue
• Women who eat a lot of fruits and vegetables have less risk of developing cataracts than women who consume little produce.
• Women who eat whole grains may reduce their risk of narrowed arteries, suggests research from Tufts’ Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging in Boston.
• Eating fish is protective, while meat raises the risk of colon cancer, say European researchers after tracking half a million people for an average of five years.
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