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(Studio: Rick Folbaum) New research showing that cars with side airbags reduce the death rate in automobile crashes and a report from French nutritionists that McDonald’s menu is healthier than typical French food reported.
(New York: Rick Leventhal) A look into good and bad cholesterol featured; list of the National Institute of Health’s cholesterol guidelines shown. [Cardiologist Steven NISSEN- says if you have a high HDL, you are less likely to have heart disease.] [Cardiologist Richard HAYES- comments on drugs designed to lower cholesterol; describes a cholesterol test.]
(Studio: Rick Folbaum) The death of Brian Maxwell, the co-founder of PowerBar, reported.
- Folbaum, Rick;
- Leventhal, Rick
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