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Vegetable intake tied to better artery health

News briefs Vegetables are the bedrock of a healthy diet. They’re loaded with vitamins and minerals essential for health, as well as antioxidants (which protect your cells from damage). An observational study published online April 4, 2018, by the Journal of the American Heart Association suggests that eating vegetables is linked to better health of the carotid arteries (in your neck). Researchers looked at ultrasound images of the carotid arteries in about a…

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