January 2007 Issue
Garlic and Onions May Reduce Cancer Risk
Regularly adding garlic and onions to the foods you eat may help ward off several kinds of cancer, says new research. Protection may be due, in part, to sulfur compounds that give garlic and onions their pungency.
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