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National Institutes of Health: “Selenium.”
U.S. National Library of Medicine: “Edible Mushrooms: Improving Human Health and Promoting Quality Life,” “Mushroom and Health Summit Proceedings,” “Fatal Water Intoxication,” “Complementary and alternative medicine approaches to blood pressure reduction.”
University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment: “Don’t Eat Those Wild Mushrooms…Unless You Know What You’re Doing!”
Cleveland Clinic: “Do Your Statins and Grapefruit Safely Mix?” “How You Can Avoid Low-Level Arsenic in Rice and Chicken.”
Harvard Health Publications: “Grapefruit Juice and Statins,” “Ask the Doctor: Coconut Oil,” “Is Chocolate Good For You?”
Brigham and Women’s Hospital: “Stonewall Kidney Stone Formation.”
Environmental Protection Agency: “What You Need to Know about Mercury in Fish and Shellfish.”
Victoria State Government, Better Health Channel: “Mercury in Fish.”
University of Utah: “Dehydration: When Should I Really Worry?”
Aurora Health Care: “Hyponatremia in distance athletes: How to avoid water intoxication.”
Mayo Clinic: “Water: How much should you drink every day?” “Resveratrol in grapes, supplements and other foods.”
American Heart Association: “Saturated fats: Why all the hubbub over coconuts?” “The American Heart Association's Diet and Lifestyle Recommendations.”
FDA: “Summary of Qualified Health Claims Subject to Enforcement Discretion," “Total Fat.”
The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Centre for Food Safety: “Toxic Glycoalkaloids in Potatoes.”
University of Nebraska: “G1437 Green Potatoes: The Problems And The Solution.”
Arthritis Foundation: “Arthritis Food Myths.”
USDA: “10 Tips: Choose MyPlate.”
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