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How is Meat Kept Free From Bacteria? You Don't Want to Know.

It is no secret that in the war against meat pathogens in commercial U.S. meat production, the pathogens are winning. The logical result of the

EPA proposes to approve toxic 2,4-D for Dow's GE crops

Tell EPA to Reject the Use of Toxic 2,4-D Herbicide for Dow Chemical’s "Agent Orange" GE Crops   EPA is deciding whether to allow the use of ...
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The Arrogance of Fluoridation

MAY 5, 2014 Dear Readers:  Organized dentistry, which includes the American Dental Association [ADA], the Oral Health Division of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ...
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EWG's 2014 Shopper's Guide to Pesticides in Produce™

Dear Readers, When you’re at the grocery store, do you know just how many pesticides and chemicals are on all that beautiful produce or if those ...
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Salmonella poisoning - what you need to know

From time to time, food products are recalled due to Salmonella contamination.  But many food consumers may not fully understand the risk of Salmonella.  The ...
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Apples and chemicals

Dear Readers, Is that apple slathered with a chemical banned in Europe? Earlier this week, EWG told you about apples and diphenylamine (DPA). This chemical used to ...
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Journal Article Calls for End of Fluoridation & FAN Conference

APRIL 22, 2014     Dear Readers:  Before we get to the new article published recently in the Scientific World Journalcalling for a worldwide reassessment of fluoridation based ...
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Monsanto Loses GMO Labeling Battle in Vermont - newsletter from Organic Consumers Association

ESSAY OF THE WEEK Victory in Vermont! Earth Day is coming up next Tuesday. This year, Mother Earth has at least one thing to celebrate—the beginning of the ...
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Are You Eating These Foods Full of Estrogen?

It is no secret that our bodies and environment are swimming in estrogen. Puberty is occurring as early as eight-years-old in children and recently babies ...
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Copper Assoiciated with Alzheimer's Disease

Copper in foods increases the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease, according to a new study published by the American Neurological Association. Researchers analyzed several potential risk ...
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