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There's a growing belief that celery juice may be the key to treating dozens of chronic ailments ranging from eczema to migraines  https://www.latimes.com/health/la-he-celery-juice-craze-20190522-story.html 

Anthony William, a.k.a. the “Medical Medium,” has no actual medical training or a professional background in health care, but that hasn’t stopped him from publishing four New York Times best-selling nutrition books extolling the benefits of celery juice.  https://lat.ms/2X1zgkS 

Although dismissed by many doctors and nutritionists as pseudoscience, William’s advice is sending scores of Angelenos on the hunt for celery, and local grocery stores are struggling to meet demand.  https://lat.ms/2X1zgkS 

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