Dairy Product Consumption May Not Boost Risk Of Heart Attack & Stroke

 

Dairy Products

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USA Today (5/9, Diebel) reports that research suggests consumption of “dairy products – even high-fat ones” – may “not increase the risk of heart attacks and strokes.” The findings were published in the European Journal of Epidemiology.

CNBC (5/9, Meredith) reports that investigators “analyzed results from 29 different medical studies carried out over the last 35 years, using information based on almost one million participants.”

Newsweek (5/9, Osborne) reports that the investigators found “no association between a diet high in dairy produce and the risk of CVD, CHD or death.”

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