Stewart, Julie
October 2012
Men's Health;Oct2012, Vol. 27 Issue 8, p30
The article offers information on several health related researches including one related to eating fruits and vegetables that can help quit smoking in men, one related to intoxication that can raise your stroke risk and one related to poor dental hygiene that can lead to health problems.


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