Eating more fruits and vegetables each day could reduce the risk of head, mouth and neck cancers, according to new research.
American scientists spent five years studying a group of 500,000 over 50-year-olds, and found that those who ate 6 portions of fruit and vegetables every day were 30% less likely to develop the cancers than those eating just 1.5 portions.
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