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Mobile phones should be classified as a carcinogen

Thursday March 19, 2015 (foodconsumer.org) -- A review in International Journal of Oncology suggests that radiofrequency fields transmitted from mobile phones and other mobile devices

Statins cut heart risk, but boost diabetes mellitus risk

Previous studies have shown that use of statins is associated with increased risk of diabetes mellitus.  A new study in JAIDS Journal of Acquired Immune ...
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Can A Pill Really Make You Sexy?

From the 1940s until ten years ago, millions of women took hormone replacement therapy to retain their youth. While HRT was officially marketed to stop ...
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GE Mosquitoes Could Soon Be on the Loose

Millions of genetically engineered mosquitoes could soon be released into the Florida Keys -- with unknown impacts on one of our most fragile ecosystems –unless we ...
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United Fresh Launches 2015 Compensation Survey

NEWS RELEASE For Immediate Release, March 9, 2015 Contact: Mary Coppola mcoppola@unitedfresh.org 202-303-3425 United Fresh Launches 2015 Compensation Survey WASHINGTON, D.C. ...
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New Resource Builds the Business Case for Produce Sales at Convenience Stores

PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release, March 9, 2015 Contact: Jeff Oberman joberman@unitedfresh.org 831-600-8922 New Resource Builds the Business Case for Produce Sales at Convenience Stores WASHINGTON, D.C. ...
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Early use of antibiotics may boost asthma risk

March 7, 2015 (foodconsumer.org) -- Scientists at University of Ulsan College of Medicine and other universities in Seoul, Korea conducted a study and found evidence ...
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UN says people should not use audio players for more than one hour per day

Associated Press reported Feb 28, 2015 that UN World Health organization recommends that people who use audio players should limit their use to one hour ...
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Consumers told it to the FTC: Top 10 complaints for 2014

February 27, 2015 by Colleen Tressler , Consumer Education Specialist, FTC Today, the FTC announced its top 10 consumer complaints for 2014. Of the more than 2.5 million consumer ...
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Silage trials show forage type and variety selection key to yield and quality

Writer: Kay Ledbetter, 806-677-5608, skledbetter@ag.tamu.eduContact: Dr. Jourdan Bell, 806-677-5600, Jourdan.Bell@ag.tamu.eduDr. Ted McCollum, 806-677-5600, ft-mccollum@tamu.edu AMARILLO – Ongoing Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service sorghum silage trials have revealed forage type and variety are ...
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