Small changes reap big health benefits for aging women

09/3/2010 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

A Harvard Medical School report says small lifestyle changes among middle-age and older women can reap big health benefits. Switching from animal fats to vegetable oil can almost halve the risk of a heart attack, while stopping tobacco use, becoming more active, reducing blood pressure and controlling diabetes all can reduce the risk of needing nursing home care.

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