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Study: Sticking to a Mediterranean Diet May Help Your Heart

A new study from the UK shows that adhering to a Mediterranean diet may reduce cardiovascular disease incidence and mortality rates. According to Medscape, researchers from the Medical Research Council Epidemiology Unit at the University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine in the UK wrote, “Our study is the first report on the association of […]
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