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Feline hyperthyroidism and fish-flavoured cat food

Over the past 3 decades, the number of cats diagnosed with hyperthyroidism has increased. According to research reports, many factors such as exposure to flame retardants could be responsible, and now a new study points in another direction. It suggests that fish-flavoured cat food could be among the culprits.
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