Flavonoids could cut cancer risk.

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    GP: General Practitioner. 4/11/2012, p8-1NULL. 1p.
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      The article focuses on a study by researchers from the University of East Anglia and Harvard University, which found that diets rich in flavonoids may reduce risk of Parkinson's disease in men. It informs that flavonoids are found in apples, berries and red wine. It found a 40% lower risk of Parkinson's disease in men who were in the highest quartile in terms of flavonoid consumption than men in the lowest quartile.