Healthy living: Dental X-rays, anxiety, schizophrenia, and brain health

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      In this week's cover story, Alex Roslin examines dental X-rays, which some studies have linked to various cancers, brain tumours, and low-birth-weight babies. Plus, an interview with UBC professor Lynn Miller about childhood anxiety, a couple's battle with schizophrenia, the effects of fatty acids on brain health, and more.

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