Research Roundup

September 2005 Issue

Research Roundup

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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