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Inorganic arsenic may increase prostate cancer risk

A new study suggests that exposure to inorganic arsenic may increase risk of prostate cancer, which is diagnosed in about 230,000 men each year in

Antibiotics Use by Livestock Producers is Not Improving

Martha Rosenberg Before the discovery of antibiotics, people could and did die from a simple cut and those days are returning thanks to antibiotic resistance warned ...
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BREAKING: Urgent Action: Don't Let EPA Re-Up Monsanto's Roundup

BREAKING: Urgent Action: Don't Let EPA Re-Up Monsanto's Roundup The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)’s decision on its once-every-15-year review of glyphosate, the active ingredient in ...
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Tell the EPA: Ban Monsanto’s Cancer-Causing Roundup Herbicide

        Tell the EPA: Ban Monsanto’s Cancer-Causing Roundup Herbicide   Sign the Petition Today! Deadline tomorrow!   Take Action: Glyphosate, the main ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide, ...
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Rice-eating babies have high arsenic in urine

A study recently published in JAMA Pediatrics suggests that rice cereal and rice snacks may not be good for infants' health because the foods contain ...
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Glyphosate found in some breakfast foods - new study

Glyphosate - the active ingredient found in the world most widely used herbicide called roundup has found its way to some breakfast foods such as ...
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A personal invitation from Ronnie Cummins

Join the Food Revolution! What's the latest bad food news? Ten out of 24 breakfast food items, analyzed by independent labs, tested positive for glyphosate—the key ...
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Dirty Dozen: Fruit/vegetables with highest amounts of pesticides

The Environmental Working Group updated its 2016 shoppers' guide and listed the following as the fruit/vegetables that contain highest levels of pesticides. 1 Strawberries   2 Apples   3 Nectarines   4 Peaches   5 Celery   6 Grapes   7 Cherries   8 Spinach   9 Tomatoes   10 Sweet bell peppers   11 Cherry tomatoes   12 Cucumbers   The ...
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Carrageenan, Inflammatory Agent/Carcinogen? Report Exposes Food Industry Cover Up

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEDr. Linley Dixon, (970) 422-8470  Report Exposes Food Industry Cover-up Toxic, Carcinogenic, Degraded Carrageenan:Widespread Contamination Present in the Common Food-Grade Ingredient http://www.cornucopia.org/2016/04/report-exposes-food-industry-cover/ Cornucopia, WI — A just-issued report by ...
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2006 Shopper's Guide to Pesticides in Produce

  Earlier this week we released EWG's 2016 Shopper's Guide to Pesticides in Produce™. This year’s response is staggering. Hundreds of thousands of consumers like you are turning ...
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