Posted Monday, January 9, 2012
It seems every few years, we hear about something that used to be bad for us that turns out to be good. Or something that was thought to be good turns out to be bad. Antioxidants were all the rage a while back, protecting us against cancer and other diseases. Now, after all those vitamin supplements and bowl after bowl of blueberries, scientists wonder if antioxidants do more harm than good. Join us as we look at the science of antioxidants, Monday at 9 on the Sound of Ideas.
Dr. John Mieyal, Professor of Pharmacology, Case Western Reserve University
Dr. Mike Maguire, Professor of Pharmacology, Case Western Reserve University
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