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Stanford researcher chats live about the health benefits of organic foods

Updated 12:50 PM: Audio of the show is now available on Forum's site.


8:00AM: People have been buzzing about the just-published Stanford study that compared the health benefits of organic foods with conventional foods. (As of last night, the New York Times article on the research was the most e-mailed story on their site.) Today, author Crystal Smith-Spangler, MD, MS, will discuss the study findings and their implications live on KQED's Forum. The show airs locally at 10 a.m. Pacific time; audio will be made available online later in the day.

Previously: Stanford study on the health benefits of organic food: What people are saying and Research shows little evidence that organic foods are more nutritious than conventional ones

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