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Amphibians disappearing at alarming rate

AP reported a study on yahoo.com saying that amphibians disappear at an alarming rate.   As estimated, frogs, salamanders and toads disappear at a rate

Agent orange a risk factor for prostate cancer

By David Liu PHD Saturday May 18, 2013 (foodconsumer.org) -- A study recently published in the journal Cancer suggests that exposure to agent orange, the herbacide ...
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U.S. public overwhelmingly rejects genetically engineered trees

NOTE: You can join the protests against genetically engineered trees at Tree Biotech 2013:http://www.treebiotech2013.org/And check out:http://globaljusticeecology.org/stopgetrees.php------U.S. public overwhelmingly rejects genetically engineered treesGlobal Justice Ecology Project, April ...
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GE Trees May Be Even More Damaging to the Environment than GE Foods

Story at-a-glance The documentary A Silent Forest: The Growing Threat, Genetically Engineered Trees discusses how genetically engineered (GE) trees may adversely impact ecological systems on a ...
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Air pollution bad for type 2 diabetes patients

By Jimmy Downs Wednesday April 24, 2013 (foodconsumer.org) -- A new study in Diabetes Care suggests exposure to outdoor air pollution may increase the risk of ...
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Today’s Smorgasbord of Ag Chemicals Poses Special Risks to Children’s Health

By Dr. Mercola It can no longer be denied that environmental chemicals are having a significant impact on human health, and that impact even starts while ...
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BPA boosts risk of childhood asthma

Jimmy Downs Sunday March 3, 2013 (foodconsumer.org) -- Bisphenol A or BPA, which is commonly used in transparent hard plastic,  may increase risk of another medical ...
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Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster: What can you do to protect yourself?

By David Liu, PHD Thursday Feb 28, 2013 (foodconsumer.org) -- The 2011 nuclear disaster in the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Japan or simply called ...
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Using mobile phones lowers odds of survival from brain cancer - study

By David Liu, PHD Monday Feb 11, 2013 (foodconsumer.org) -- Dr. L. Hardell from University Hospital in Örebro, Sweden, probably the one and only brilliant epidemiologist ...
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Bye-Bye to the Airport TSA Backscatter Machines

Editor's comment: When a non-x-ray based scanner is available, why should the x-ray based machine Rapiscan backscatter screening machines be used along with the non-ray based machine? We all know that x-ray is a cancer-causing agent, which is officially recognized by the U.S. National Toxicology Porgram. Why should U.S. men and women and children should subject themselves to such a risk?...
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