Blue Food Dye Helps Spinal Injuries

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Blue Food Dye Helps Spinal Injuries

Researchers have found that the blue food dye found in M&Ms; and Gatorade may help new spinal injuries heal. What do you think?
  • "And to think, just 14 years ago, some people didn't vote for the blue M&M. For shame."

    Daniel Coy
    Systems Analyst
  • "Interestingly, blue food dye also contributes to the medical condition known as 'blue tongue.'"

    Darcy Ripp
    Financial Planner
  • "If Christopher Reeve were alive today, I'm sure he'd be the first to say, 'Blue M&Ms? Are you fucking kidding me?'"

    Aaron Peacocke
    Barber
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