Your Health: Nov. 18, 2002

HOLD YOUR NOSE Garlic is supposed to ward off a wide range of ailments from heart disease to infections. Researchers may be able to add one more: prostate cancer. Men in China who reported eating at least one-third of an ounce a day from the allium food group (which also includes onions, shallots and leeks) cut their risk of developing the cancer in half.

THE CATCH You may love fish, but California researchers report new evidence that consuming large species such as tuna and swordfish even once a week may be linked to fatigue, headaches, inability to concentrate and hair loss,...

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