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FW: GE food on US shelves

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To: Cyndy Ross <cynross@tir.com>
Date: Thursday, August 26, 1999 4:07 AM
Subject: Nutrition Issue

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>*Genetically Engineered Foods On US Supermarket Shelves
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>This Week's Stories
>Genetically Engineered Foods On US Supermarket Shelves
>NEW YORK(Reuters Health) - Only a third of Americans surveyed
>recently were aware that US supermarkets now carry a wide range
>of foods containing genetically engineered ingredients, according
>to the September issue of Consumer Reports magazine.
>Vitamin C Increase In Humans Urged
>NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Megadoses of vitamin C reduced the effects of
>stress in rats and apparently can help boost the production of an
>illness-fighting antibody, a researcher says.
>Survey Finds More Japanese With Health Problems
>TOKYO (AP) - The growing popularity of fatty Western foods,
>stress from economic problems and alcohol drinking have pushed
>the percentage of healthy Japanese to a 15-year low, a new survey
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