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Olive Oil Diet Curbs Strokes

wsj.com (1 year and 1 month ago)

Feb 26, 2013

A diet with lots of olive oil and nuts cuts the risk of stroke and other major cardiovascular problems by 30% among high-risk people, according to a new study. full story

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