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Charred barbecued food could be contributing to infertility, study finds

Sydney Morning Herald Tuesday, 17 April 2018 ()
Charred barbecued food could be contributing to infertility, study findsThe research could lead to changes to dietary advice, with sugary, highly processed and charred food in the firing line.
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