July 2010 Issue
Research Roundup: July 2010
Data from the European Prospective Investigation (EPIC) study, which includes 142,000 men and 335,000 women, was analyzed between 1992 and 2000 to see if fruit and vegetable intake affected cancer risk. For every two portions of vegetables and fruits consumed per day, researchers found a 2.5 percent lower risk of overall cancer.
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