March 2008 Issue
•The higher the level of vitamin C in the bloodstream, the lower your risk of having a stroke, say British scientists.
• Diets high in fiber are linked to 30% less risk of endometrial cancer, say researchers who analyzed eight population studies.
• Low blood levels of vitamin D may increase the risk of heart disease and stroke, according to researchers with the Framingham Heart Study.
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