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“Nutritional epidemiology has long been criticized for producing sensational and conflicting findings, which has eroded confidence in the discipline.
The farce that might be remembered as "Hydroxychloroquine Hysteria " was bad news from the start.
“Small glass of juice or soda a day can increase cancer risk” screamed a recent CNN headline… “Just ONE drink of fruit juice or sugary tea a day can dramatically increase the risk of cancer, major study suggests,” was DailyMail.com’s take.
As exciting as the latest scientific research can seem, it can be hard to discern its true relevance. This context and significance often gets lost in translation when in transit from lab bench to journal article to the public domain.
Heart failure affects about six million Americans.
It s hard to figure out what to believe these days. As Drs.
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