Higher habitual flavonoid intakes are associated with a lower risk of peripheral artery disease hospitalizations

Aedin Cassidy, Nicola P Bondonno *, Kevin Murray, Catherine P Bondonno , Joshua R Lewis , Kevin D Croft , Cecilie Kyrø Kyrø , Gunnar Gislason , Christian Torp-Pedersen Torp-Pedersen, Augustin Scalbert Scalbert , Anne Tjønneland , Jonathan M Hodgson Hodgson , Frederik Dalgaard Dalgaard

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