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In the 20th century, fats were bad and women needed yearly mammograms. But in the new millennium, both have been overturned. What else don’t doctors believe anymore?
Wouldn't it be cool if there were some magical machine that just sucked all the fat out of all the foods we like but still left them tasting delicious? Yeah, not happening, so what is the deal?
10 Things Doctors Changed Minds About
How do painkillers know where you hurt?
How do they get the fat out of fat-free foods?
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