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This deals with a research study called the Hippocrates' Good News Survey.
This deals with a research study called the Hippocrates' Good News Survey. The survey found that people who often ate Frosted Flakes as children had half the cancer rate of those who never ate the cereal. Conversely, those who often ate oatmeal as children were four times more likely to develop cancer than those who did not. Does this mean that Frosted Flakes prevents cancer while oatmeal causes it? Respond to the following questions: 1. What type of study was this (pick from case study, correlational study, and experimental study), and what did they not take into account when looking at these findings? 2. Can you think of anything else that can explain these major differences between the two groups?