Research Roundup

November 2005 Issue

Research Roundup

A drop in hemoglobin increases the risk of complications and death for those with heart failure.
Women who eat breakfast, especially those who eat cereal, are less likely to be overweight than women who don’t.
Women who eat the most soy foods have the lowest risk of fracture, especially in the first 10 years after menopause.

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