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It seems like every day there’s a new report out warning us about the latest threat to our health. How many times to we take the broadcaster’s word as gold? Should you be asking more questions before acting on the information? I know this is something I need to be aware of as well.

Why?

Have you ever noticed how you can hear nearly the same story on your local news as you do on national news and read in the paper the next morning? It’s because often use one one common source. The accuracy of your information may be dependent on only one source of information.

If you’re like me, you probably don’t think you have time to research and fact check those news stories. I would say that we can’t be too busy when it comes to our health and the health of our children. Do your own research, read the original sources and ask professionals you trust. Don’t take my word for it, nutrition expert Marcia Crawford shares her opinion on the latest report that antibiotics are making our kids fat.

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