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Philadelphia Physician: Don’t Take Your Vitamins MP3

By Pat Loeb PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A Philadelphia pediatrician is taking on the unregulated vitamin and supplement industry in a new book about alternative medicine. Paul Offit doesn’t mind challenging scientifically, suspect medical claims. He’s credited with debunking the theory that vaccines cause autism. Now the Children’s Hospital Infectious Disease Director is scrutinizing the $68-bil... Source: philadelphia.cbslocal.com

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