Berry fans don't have to look to China or South America any more. It seems the good ol' cranberry will do just fine. The tart red fruit has long been a home remedy for urinary tract infections, and scientific research has since indicated that natural tannins found primarily in cranberries, called "A-type proanthocyanidins," or PACs, may help prevent viral infections, cardiovascular disease, stomach ulcers and some forms of cancer. "We were able to show that they have a different shape in ...
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