Research Roundup

July 2007 Issue

Research Roundup

Eating a single high-fat meal can raise blood pressure significantly more than a very low-fat meal, say U.S. and Canadian researchers.
Extra pounds increase the risk of asthma, according to an analysis of seven previous studies.
Eating foods rich in flavonols may reduce the risk of pancreatic cancer, according to an eight-year study of more than 183,000 men and women.

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