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(Studio: Laurie Dhue) A study from the Medical College of Georgia about the effect of secondhand smoke on children’s immunity to allergies reported.
(New York City: Rebecca Gomez) A report by “The New York Times” that most heart attacks do not occur because of blocked arteries featured; details given about the report that claims most heart attacks are caused by soft plague bursts. [Fox News medical consultant Isadore ROSENFELD- comments.]
- Dhue, Laurie;
- Gomez, Rebecca
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