Do We Really Know What Makes Us Healthy? Much of What We're Told About Diet, Lifestyle and Disease Is Based on Epidemiologic Studies; What if It Is Just Bad Science?
New York Times Magazine 2007 September 16; p. 52-59, 74, 78-79
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