Another reason to eat your fruits and vegetables: Recent research shows that small doses of the toxins naturally found in plants can boost our immune systems, protect against brain disease and help us live longer. We look at the toxins in plants and other anti-aging insights.
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- Jim Guest of the American Pain Foundation
- Susan McBeth Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations
- Dr. Veronica Mitchell director of pain management services at Georgetown University Hospital
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