Study: Fruits and Vegetables Help Heart, Not Cancer

A new study finds that eating lots of fruits and vegetables daily — especially green leafy vegetables — protects against heart attacks and strokes. However, there is no evidence that they help prevent cancer. NPR's Brenda Wilson reports.

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