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Eating Poison introduces investigative journalist Martha Rosenberg, and her book "Born with a Junk Food Deficiency: How flaks, quacks, and hacks pimp the public health". Author Kellia Ramares-Watson, herself an investigative journalist, adds her own research to give the reader a primer on two major causes of modern health problems: Processed foods and prescription drugs.

Topics covered include Direct to Consumer advertising of prescription drugs, the obesity epidemic, and the cloning of meat and dairy animals.

The book also contains several of Rosenberg's humorous but pointed illustrations, and Ramares-Watson's review of Rosenberg's book.

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