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Articles January 2010 Issue

Whole Grains May Help Control Blood Pressure

Men hoping to ward off high blood pressure might want to boost their consumption of whole grains. A new analysis of data from the long-running Health Professionals Follow-up Study finds that men who ate the most whole grains were 19% less likely to develop hypertension than those eating the least.

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