Study links fatty meals to reduced lung function

05/18/2010 | HealthDay News

Study participants who ate a high-fat meal of hamburgers and hash browns were found to have less lung function and more inflammation than participants who ate a meal that contained a low-fat yogurt. The high-fat meal group also responded less well to asthma medication, researchers said.

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