Primary-care physicians are becoming older and fewer in Greater Minnesota, while their patients also are older but growing in number.
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“We found there really is no threshold at which sulfide becomes toxic,” said researcher John Pastor. “As soon as you add any, you get a decline in growth rate.”
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