SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS, France — Eating iron-rich foods could stave off heart problems, according to new research. Scientists say iron deficiency during middle-age increases the risk of cardiovascular disease by nearly 25 percent. Eating foods rich in the vital nutrient could prevent one in ten cases of the world’s number one killer.
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