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1 in 5 childhood skin burns caused by immediate soup and frame, shows research | FOX 4 Kansas City WDAF TV

WASHINGTON – Instant soup – often sold as "ramen" in the United States – is cheap, tasty and wildly popular…

WASHINGTON – Instant soup – often sold as “ramen” in the United States – is cheap, tasty and wildly popular with hungry students. But new research suggests that the products can endanger young children. Soppan causes about one in five childhood skull burns, according to research presented Monday at the American Academy of Pediatrics National …

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