Study: Antioxidants help prevent cataracts in women

02/11/2008 | NYTimes.com

Women who consume foods and supplements high in vitamin E and lutein antioxidants are less likely to have cataracts, a new study found. Although the study is only observational, the finding suggests that antioxidants provide health benefits and that people should eat more fruit and vegetables, the lead researcher said.

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