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A new study says apples contain strong antioxidants that fight cell damage a discovery that boosts a theory that the risk of Alzheimer's and similar diseases may be reduced by eating fresh fruits and vegetables.
Antioxidants fight damage from free radicals, which are caused by chemicals and stress. Bill Hoffmann
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