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Snyderman, Nancy
July 2000
Health (Time Inc. Health);Jul/Aug2000, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p182
Addresses questions on health-related issues. Dietary requirements for vitamin C and E; Details on high-sensitivity C-reactive protein test; Prevention of eating disorders among teenagers.


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