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Dead Doctors Don"t Lie Program 22 February 2008

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Monologue Pharmacist Ben Fuchs fills in for Dr. Wallach. Ben starts the show discussing the importance of cutting sugar out of the diet. Pearls of Wisdom Bill Graff fills in for Doug Winfrey. He and Ben Fuchs discuss a recent report from Kaiser health care on caffine and pregnant women.. It seems cooffee can harm fetuses if used too much. Callers Mary has a daughter suffering from hot flashes.

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