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Marti Oakley w/ Paul Griepentrog (c)copyright 2010 ______________________________________________ “A formal rebuttal was filed regarding FDA’s claim of intrastate authority on the Federal Register, wherein the FDA sought to gain authority fo

News Link • Global Reported By Marti Oakley
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Experts are finding that "high-fructose corn syrup" (HFCS) is making us fat. Scientists at nutrition research centers are saying that it's a huge problem.

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"Maybe it's all in the name of convenience. But I would never trade flavor just so I didn't have to deal with seeds," agreed Lisa Feng, a health-policy researcher at George Washington University. "Thank goodness for international markets that st

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I decided to see if I could go the entire month of March without consuming any Monsanto products. I committed to an all organic, vegan diet, and reluctantly invested in a small organic cotton wardrobe.

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CNN

First there was the discovery of dozens of bottles of 200-year-old champagne, but now salvage divers have recovered what they believe to be the world's oldest beer, taking advertisers' notion of 'drinkability' to another level.

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AP

The Camel Industry Association is working on a plan to make camel meat a regular addition to the Australian dinner table. Camel industry heavyweights have been granted funding to develop the domestic market and work out the best ways to farm the m

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BPA is vile stuff. Here's how Scientific American recently described it: "In recent years dozens of scientists around the globe have linked BPA to myriad health effects in rodents: mammary and prostate cancer, genital defects in males, early onset

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Jonathan Benson, naturalnews.com

In response to the massive egg recall, some mainstream news outlets have begun addressing the real cause of food contamination: inhumane and unsanitary food production methods. A recent MSNBC article explains that organically-grown eggs from chickens

News Link • Global Reported By Hugo Tellez
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DINNER and TV Yes... its still a much desired way of relaxation that surely began after the first Joe Six pack brought home his state of the art black and white. A true grit, this Joe, who felt a certain sense of enlightenment while at the same

Letters to the Editor • Global
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he ultrasound treatment consisted of immersing whole potatoes in water and subjecting them to ultrasound for 5 or 10 minutes. For the electrical treatment, the scientists immersed potatoes in a salt solution for 10 seconds and subsequently treated th

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AP

The world's first seed bank survived World War II thanks to 12 Russian scientists who chose to starve to death rather than eat the grain they were saving for future generations. The seed bank is in danger again, this time because of development.

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