TWO CUPS A DAY KEEP CANCER AWAY
A Swedish study of 61,057 women, published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, finds that two or more cups of tea a day--most women in the study favored black tea--can lower the risk of ovarian cancer 46%.
BUT FIBER MAY NOT DO THE SAME
A high-fiber diet is a good thing all around--it cuts the risk of heart disease and diabetes and promotes weight loss (see above)--but a study in J.A.M.A. found that it doesn't reduce the risk of colorectal cancer.
TOO POOR TO GET A HEART
A study in the Journal of the...