Rules restricting artificial trans fats are good for heart health

In wake of policy change, heart attack and stroke incidence dropped, study shows

side of fries and oils

OIL OPT OUT  Starting in 2007, areas of New York restricted the use of partially hydrogenated oils in eateries, eliminating artificial trans fats from foods like these french fries. As a result, residents experienced fewer heart attacks and strokes, a new study suggests.

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