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Just one extra penny tacked onto to every ounce of soda sold in the United States could prevent 95,000 coronary heart events.
Needles found in airline food this past week have raised concern over the threat of AIDS and other diseases, but how serious is the danger?
Carcinogenic arsenic was found in every product studied by the FDA, including baby cereal.
The atheletes competing in the 2012 London Olympic Games have quite the food budget, thank goodness.
Over 40? Take it easy on the black licorice -- the FDA announced consuming too much of it can lead to heart problems.
Cinnamon and nutmeg can pose risks to kids seeking a quick thrill.
Boxed wine may be less expensive, but if kept in warm conditions, it also turns bad faster.
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