December 2013 Issue
Research Roundup: December 2013
Eating more produce lowers bladder cancer risk in women. Women who ate the most yellow-orange fruits and vegetables were 52 percent less likely to have bladder cancer than women who consumed the least, according to research at the University of Hawaii Cancer Center.
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