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CBS This Morning Exposing food sector secrets Professionals say that consumers can be tricked into eating certain foods without really knowing what they consist of. That’s the subject matter of Reader’s Dige. Erik Olson of the National Assets Defense Council says it’s not just trans body fat that may pose health threats. There are a great number of chemicals inside our food supply that people do not know are within, Olson said.‘The president’s legislative proposal, while not perfect, goes a long way to handle these problems,’ said Benjamin. ‘It can still be improved, but our nation’s leaders must wrestle with these hard problems and put the American people before politics. Health reform must progress, and it must move forward now.’.

A noninvasive method developed to fight heart disease Clemson University researchers have developed nanoparticles that may deliver drugs targeting damaged arteries, a noninvasive method to fight heart disease. Heart disease is the leading cause of loss of life in the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Avoidance and Control. Among the standard ways to deal with clogged and broken arteries currently can be to implant vascular stents, which contain the vessels open and release such drugs as paclitaxel.