Research Roundup

September 2006 Issue

Research Roundup

People with peripheral arterial disease are less likely to have a cardiovascular event and less likely to die if they are physically active.
Men who adopt five key lifestyle changes are 87% less likely to develop coronary heart disease than men who adopt none.
Women who eat the most lignan-rich foods are 72% less likely to develop premenopausal breast cancer than women who eat the least.

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