Cystic Fibrosis Patients Living 10 Years Longer in Canada Than US

Researchers looking in to why cystic fibrosis patients in Canada live longer than their counterparts in the U.S. have determined that diet, health insurance and access to lung transplants make the difference, CBC Canada reports. Interestingly, a high-fat diet of cheeses, fish and nuts appears to have had a significant influence on Canada’s survival rates. One of the most exciting revelations I’ve had in the past few years is learning the importance of consuming quality fats as...

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