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Cigarette smokers may have high risk of developing cataracts.
Avid consumption of fruits and vegetables may help improve bone mass in adolescents, young and postmenopausal women.
Increased dietary exposure to lutein and zeaxanthin may help fight off cataract formation in men.
The likelihood of suffering from cardiovascular-related and other causes of deaths may decrease with increased intake of foods high in carotene and vitamin C in middle-aged and elderly individuals.
Habitual intake of foods rich in vitamin C may diminish the risk of having cutaneous melanoma.
Frequent consumption of foods high in vitamin C may reduce the risk of stroke among non-smokers.
Consistent consumption of fruits and vegetables packed with vitamin A, C, and carotenoids may help halt the onset of glaucoma in older African-American women.
The odds of developing atrial fibrillation may be high among alcohol consumers.
Habitual intake of foods rich in vitamin A and C may help slash the risk of glaucoma.
Habitual ingestion of fruits and vegetables, such as carrots, kale, and green collards, seems to be protective against glaucoma.
High compliance with vegetable-rich diets may help guard against the onset of osteoporosis in postmenopausal women.