Eating more fiber and whole grains may mean a lower risk of death and disease, study finds

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Higher fiber diets were associated with a 15 to 31 percent reduction in the risk of death and disease, new research published in The Lancet has found.

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PTSD Caused By Certain Types Of Events Linked To Higher Disease Risk
A new study says post traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, could bring on cardiovascular disease and cancer. In 2017, the National Institutes of Health estimated that 3.6 percent of adults in the United States had PTSD in the previous year. According to UPI, the longer a person has PTSD from any traumatic event, the higher their risk of developing cardiovascular disease. The study also reported that PTSD brought on by terrorist attacks was connected to a higher prevalence of cancer.

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