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April 2011 Newsletter


In this issue:
  • Green product watch: best gas-saving cars
  • Dangerous herb and drug interactions
  • 12 Unhealthy 'health' foods and what to eat instead
Plus: What's in your toothpaste?




Green product watch: best gas-saving cars.
Consumer Reports' real-world tests show which 2011 cars within each size category achieved the best gas mileage.
See most fuel-efficient 2011 cars.



Dangerous herb and drug interactions.
Some widely sold herbal supplements can harm your heart directly or interact with certain heart medications.
Herb and heart drugs to check out.



12 Unhealthy 'health' foods.
Many health foods may seem good for you but expert nutritionists say they can be higher in fat, sugars, or calories, and lower in nutrients than you would think.
Find what to eat instead.
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