STUDY: HOT DOGS MAY RAISE RISK OF CHILDHOOD LEUKEMIA

LOS ANGELES -- Children who eat more than 12 hot dogs a month could increase their chances of developing childhood leukemia ninefold, according to a new preliminary study published in the journal, Cancer Causes and Controls.on a small number of cases, according to an article in the Los Angeles Times.Eric Hentges, director of nutrition research for the National Livestock and Meat Board, said the study

LOS ANGELES -- Children who eat more than 12 hot dogs a month could increase their chances of developing childhood leukemia ninefold, according to a new preliminary study published in the journal, Cancer Causes and Controls.

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