Scientists at Johns Hopkins University said in a new study that nitrates, which are used to cure and process various meats, including hot dogs and jerky, are linked to episodes of mania in rats.
Scientists at Johns Hopkins University said in a new study that nitrates, which are used to cure and process various meats, including hot dogs and jerky, are linked to episodes of mania in rats. Mary Altaffer AP
Scientists at Johns Hopkins University said in a new study that nitrates, which are used to cure and process various meats, including hot dogs and jerky, are linked to episodes of mania in rats. Mary Altaffer AP