Features January 2007 Issue

Can We Really Outlaw Cardiac Risks?

New research: Smoking bans appear to prevent heart attacks. Next target: trans fats.

Laws aimed at reducing heart risks could save thousands of lives annually, according to growing ranks of health experts.

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