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Low doses of arsenic cause cancer in male mice

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Chemical Goliaths

        Dear Readers, Big Ag is trying to push through a massive increase in the nationwide use of a toxic weed killer, and the clock is ticking ...
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Food dyes may not be as safe as thought

Thursday June 18, 2014 (foodconsumer.org) -- Some processed foods and beverages have bright colors and chances are good that those bright colors are rendered by ...
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Silica may cause fetal kidney disease

Tuesday June 17, 2014 (foodconsumer.org) --  Studies suggest that silica can cause end-stage renal diseases. Increased mortality from nephritis and or nephrosis has been found among ...
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Titanium dioxide may cause chronic damage

Titanium dioxide nanoparticles are commonly used in dietary supplements and cosmetic products.  A new study confirms that ingestion of titanium dioxide may cause chronic damage. ...
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Shiitake mushroom high in toxic arsenic

Tuesday June 3, 2014 (foodconsumer.org) -- Shiitake mushroom is delicious!  But a study in Food Chemistry suggests that eating too much shiitake mushroom (Lentinula edodes) ...
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Study Claiming Fluoride Does Not Lower IQ is Flawed

MAY 29, 2014 Dear Readers:  A recent New Zealand study published in the American Journal of Public Health, which claims to exonerate a link between fluoride and lowered IQ, is scientifically flawed ...
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High Cholesterol Levels Lower Fertility

Higher cholesterol levels may prevent or delay pregnancy, according to a new study led by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. Researchers observed ...
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Recent Evidence Regarding Triclosan and Cancer Risk

Conclusion: Recent evidence suggests that triclosan exposure may alter cancer risk, although human studies are lacking in both number and scope. Therefore, epidemiologic studies of risk associated with various concentrations and durations of exposure to triclosan are needed, as well as studies to characterize human exposure to triclosan through varying use of triclosan-containing consumer products and other routes of exposure....
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Oxidized cholesterol damages men's fertility

Wednesday May 21, 2014 (foodconsumer.org) -- A new study recently published in Andrologies suggests eating a diet full of oxidized cholesterol can damage men's fertility. ...
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