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Researchers link Western diet to vascular damage and prediabetes


Researchers link Western diet to vascular damage and prediabetes
Medical Xpress

Could short-term exposure to the average American diet increase one's risk for developing diabetes and cardiovascular disease? According to a recent study funded by the American Heart Association (AHA), researchers from New York Institute of Technology Coll

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