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Letter to editor: Ramazzini Caution

http://www.foodconsumer.org /newsite/Safety/chemical/ aspartame_can_be_a_potential_ carcinogen_0721140644.html You recently posted an article about work by the Italian Ramazzini Foundation calling for the urgent consideration of aspartame as a carcinogen. 

Letter to Editor: European "Fructose Health Claim" as of 2014

Dear FoodConsumer.org! You just brought a shocking news article yesterday on the health risks of fructose: http://www.foodconsumer.org/newsite/Nutrition/ Food/high_fructose_corn_syrup_neuron_deaths_ 1012131146.htmlDo you know what is even more shocking? The ...
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International Conference on Nutrition and the Brain: The Role of Foods and Lifestyle in Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Neurological Disorders

Dear Dr. Roberts, I hope all is well with you. I want to let you know about a special conference on nutrition and lifestyle and the ...
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Reader's response to article "Common metal oxide nanoparticles damage and kill cells"

Dear Editor,   Recently your site posted an article by David Liu highlighting “Common metal oxide nanoparticles damage and kill cells” based on a study done in ...
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Letter to Editor: Greetings Anti-GMO Groups

Just want to voice an opinion about the battle against GMOs in the food supply. I imagine anyone reading this will know by now that Monsanto’s ...
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Letter to Editor: Highly exposed to phthalates as fetuses, female mice have altered reproductive lives

Dear Dr. Liu, In the first study to examine what effect in utero doses of phthalates have on the reproductive system of mice, Brown University toxicologists found that ...
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To the editor: Dr. Mercola’s recent comments on sweeteners have been unbalanced and not helpful to readers

Message: To the Editor: Dr. Mercola’s recent comments on sweeteners have been unbalanced and not helpful to readers. As a registered dietitian, I make sure to ...
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Comment: Tuna and mercury: New tests by Consumer Reports

To the editors:   There’s nothing new in Consumer Reports magazine’s recent crusade against canned tuna. [“Tuna and mercury: New tests by Consumer Reports,” Dec. 12] The magazine tested ...
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Letter to Editor: Sugar-added soft drinks not the cause for gout

November 12, 2010 Dear Editor: This letter is in response to your recent article on beverages and gout (“Fructose-rich sodas, orange juice boost gout risk in women ...
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Toxic America - Letter from EWG

Dear reader, As an EWG Action Fund supporter, you care about the risks that toxic chemicals pose to your health and the health of America's children. So ...
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