Cheese and heart disease: What you need to know

Joy Victory is deputy managing editor of HealthNewsReview.org. She tweets at @thejoyvictory.

It’s pretty indisputable that cheese is delicious. But could it also be good for you?

That’s the clickable headline of the day, based on this meta-analysis of past studies looking at the relationship between cheese and heart disease.

As with all observational research, there are some important caveats. Here are four worth keeping in mind:

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