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Aspartame can be a potential carcinogen - review suggests

Monday July 21, 2014 (foodconsumer.org) -- A recent review published in American Journal of Industrial Medicine has urged regulatory agencies worldwide to re-assess the carcinogenicity
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Preventing foodborne illness, naturally -- with cinnamon

Contact: Meijun Zhumeijun.zhu@wsu.edu509-335-4016Washington State University  Preventing foodborne illness, naturally -- with cinnamon Essential oil kills several strains of E. coli  IMAGE: Cinnamomum cassia oil has been shown to kill certain ...
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Review Engineered Nanomaterials in Food: Implications for Food Safety and Consumer Health

Editor's note: This is an excellent review originally published in Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health.  According to the review, engineered nanoparticles like silver oxide, silicon ...
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What's the Deal with Monosodium Glutamate (MSG)?

Keith Keeney Digital Marcom, LLC on behalf of The Glutamate Association 678/621-6010 k.keeney@digimarcom.com   What's the Deal with Monosodium Glutamate (MSG)? Glutamate Association Shares New Animation toLay Out Facts and Dispel Myths   For ...
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Big Victory & U.S. Congressman Opposes Fluoridation

JULY 11, 2014 Dear Readers:  Bucks County, PA Goes Fluoride-Free We are happy to report a major fluoride-free victory for the people of Bucks County, Pennsylvania. One of the ...
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Low doses of arsenic cause cancer in male mice

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH NIH News National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) <http://www.niehs.nih.gov/> For Immediate Release: Tuesday, July 8, 2014 CONTACT: ...
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Antibiotic resistance in foodborne germs is an ongoing threat

Press Release For Immediate Release: Tuesday, July 1, 2014  Contact: CDC Media Relations  (404) 639-3286 Antibiotic resistance in foodborne germs is an ongoing threat CDC report shows progress and problems ...
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Is the U.S. Beef Supply Really Free of Mad Cow Disease?

When the first U.S. mad cow was found in late 2003, 98 percent of U.S. beef exports evaporated overnight. There was such national revulsion to ...
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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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