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According to researchers from the Karolinska Institute in Sweden, females who consume lots of fruit, vegetables, and grains in their diet reduce their risk of stroke. This is true for women who have a history of cardiovascular disease as well. It is believed that these foods which are rich in antioxidants reduce oxidative stress and …

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