July 2007 Issue
• 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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