CATHY GULLl’S STORY about vitamin consumption in Canada and its potential hazards was informative (“How vitamins can be hazardous to your health,” Health, April 2l). In it she quotes Gerry Harrington, of the Nonprescription Drug Manufacturers Association in Ottawa, who points out the persistent nature of a legion of contradictory studies.
The inhumane killing of animals for food is wrong, contends People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)—so the animal rights group is offering a $1-million reward to the first scientist to produce test-tube chicken suitable for sale to the public by 2012.
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