The peanut butter story came on the third day of CBS' series Safe Enough To Eat? about the threat of food poisoning. Tuesday, Wyatt Andrews told us about a hodgepodge of federal regulatory food agencies and Wednesday John Blackstone checked out e.coli prevention measures on California's produce farms. In part three Bob Orr surveyed the vulnerability of agribusiness to terrorist sabotage and Mark Strassmann piggybacked with the news of Peter Pan salmonella poisoning: "Who would have thought eating peanut butter could be bad for you?"
The baldness prevention comb was covered by NBC's Robert Bazell. It has a laser light that stimulates follicles and has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. "The biggest drawback is that it costs $550."
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