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Tobacco smoking raises risk of cervical cancer

Tuesday May 13, 2014 (foodconsumer.org) -- A new study in the International Journal of Cancer suggests tobacco smoking can double the risk of cervical cancer,

The most comprehensive look yet at climate change

Hi, everyone -- Today, we released the third National Climate Assessment report, by far the most comprehensive look ever at climate change impacts in the United ...
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How to Prevent the Spread of Drug-Resistant Bacteria in Your Kitchen

By Dr. Mercola According to a report1 by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), published in October 2013, two million American adults and children become infected ...
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Dirty Dozen

Dear Readers, We know that there are hormone disruptors and other dangerous chemicals in many products. That's why EWG partnered with the Keep A Breast Foundation last ...
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Arsenic, lead, mercury linked to cardiovascular disease

Heavy metal pollution not only lowers IQ in children, but also can increase the risk of cardiovascular disease, according to a report in ISRN Hypertension. The ...
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Wi-Fi may harm male fertility

Sunday Nov 24, 2013 (foodconsumer.org) -- Using a laptop on your lap when connected to the Internet via Wi-Fi may affect your fertility if you ...
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Dental x-ray linked to thyroid cancer

Friday Nov 22, 2013 (foodconsumer.org) -- Exposure to dental x-ray or radiation may increase risk of thyroid cancer, according to a study published in Acta ...
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Tips for Saving Energy During the Winter

In the winter, when many people turn on their heaters and put up holiday lights, gas and electric bills can be much higher than usual. According ...
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Shift work boosts metabolic syndrome risk

A new study finds higher risk of metabolic syndrome in shift workers, compared with those working daytime.  Researchers analyzed data from 1667 of Japanese male ...
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Health alert: High tungsten levels double stroke risk

Sunday Nov 17, 2013 (foodconsumer.org) -- A new study in PLoS One suggests that high levels of tungsten in the body may increase risk of ...
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