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AUDIO from Medialink and Apple Products Research and Education Council: New Research -- Adults Who Eat Apples, Apple Juice Have Healthier Diets and Lower Risk for Metabolic Syndrome

NEW YORK, April 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Slimmer waists. Healthier blood pressure. Less risk for diabetes and heart disease. These all are on the wish list for most adults. Here's more on one popular food that can help your wishes become reality.

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