Research Roundup

October 2003
Environmental Nutrition;Oct2003, Vol. 26 Issue 10, p8
Presents various means of medical care for several diseases. Importance of overweight prevention even later in life in starving off Alzheimer diseases in women; Significance of multivitamin and mineral supplements in reducing the risk of a first heart attack; Usefulness of vigorous physical activity to the reduction of the risk of rectal cancer.


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