June 2010 Issue
Research Roundup: June 2010
While plenty of research has explored soy’s connections with women, a recent Japanese population-based study also included 36, 177 men along with 40,484 women aged 45-74 years. Participants had no history of cancer at the beginning of the study, and researchers found that during 11 years of follow-up soy isoflavone intake was associated with a lower risk of lung cancer in non-smoking men, as well as women.
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