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This Supermarket 'Health Food' Killed These Baby Rats in Three Weeks


Tuesday, 03 May 2011 13:59

Arpad Pusztai

Biologist Arpad Pusztai had more than 300 articles and 12 books to his credit and was the world's top expert in his field.

But when he accidentally discovered that genetically modified (GM) foods are dangerous, he became the biotech industry's bad-boy poster child, setting an example for other scientists thinking about blowing the whistle.

In the early 1990s, Dr. Pusztai was awarded a $3 million grant by the UK government to design the system for safety testing genetically modified organisms (GMOs).



Do Food Dyes Make Kids Hyperactive? FDA to Decide

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Thursday, 21 April 2011 11:31

Two-day meeting to investigate link between artificial coloring and the disorder

Some evidence links dyes found in everyday foods to hyperactivity in certain children, scientists and academics told a Food and Drug Administration advisory committee on Wednesday.

The panel is expected to weigh in on whether studies, some of which are decades old, definitively link the dyes and the disorder. The committee may recommend that the agency further regulate food coloring, do more studies or require better labeling of the additives. They also could also recommend that the FDA do nothing at all.



Deadlier than AIDS: Why is This Travesty Allowed to Continue in the U.S.?

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Wednesday, 29 September 2010 00:00

By Dr. Mercola | September 29 2010

antibioticsFollowing a Lancet Infectious Diseases report of the spread of a new drug-resistant superbug spreading from south Asia, news agencies have reported "panic" over the germs' possible consequences.

Writing in the Guardian, for example, editor and columnist Sarah Boseley said:

“The era of antibiotics is coming to a close. In just a couple of generations, what once appeared to be miracle medicines have been beaten into ineffectiveness by the bacteria they were designed to knock out.”

The effectiveness of antibiotics depends on how antibiotics are used — how well drug use is managed in clinical practice and outside of it. But some 70 percent of American antibiotics — tens of millions of pounds of drugs each year — is used in animal feed.



A short stay in America

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Sunday, 22 August 2010 12:42

Michelangelo's David returned to Florence, Italy:



Fla. Doctor Ousted After Denouncing Doughnuts

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Sunday, 22 August 2010 11:35

Lawsuit threatened after he posted ‘America Dies on Dunkin’ ’ sign

Dr. Jason Newsom railed against burgers, french fries, fried chicken and sweet tea in his campaign to promote better eating in a part of the country known as the Redneck Riviera. He might still be leading the charge if he had only left the doughnuts alone.



The Surprising Ingredient Causing Weight Gain

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Written by Margaret Furtado, M.S., R.D. Sunday, 22 August 2010 11:26

Say it isn't so! A recent study out of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill cites what animal studies have hinted at for years: MSG (aka monosodium glutamate) could be a factor in weight gain.



Pesticides :: A Public Problem

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Sunday, 22 August 2010 11:21

…on our food, even after washing;

…in our bodies, for years;

…& in our environment, traveling many miles on wind, water and dust.

What’s On My Food? is a searchable database designed to make the public problem of pesticide exposure visible and more understandable.



McDonald's Franchises are Spreading Across Africa

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Sunday, 22 August 2010 10:54

This calls for action:



What May Be the Single Biggest Threat to Your Health?

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Monday, 22 February 2010 12:25

By Dr. Mercola

The UK Government is seeking to rid itself of a billion pounds worth of unwanted swine flu vaccine -- because the “deadly” H1N1 epidemic never materialized. Major drug companies may have pushed the World Health Organization (WHO) to warn that swine flu could be a worldwide 'pandemic' killing tens of millions.



How Mercury Causes Brain Neuron Degeneration

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Sunday, 31 May 2009 09:04

Here's good news... We know chlorella is very effective in chelating heavy metals out of the body. Take a couple of tbs. of chlorella every day.

For those who look to fish for Omega 3s, new news...



The Bowel Movement

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Written by Leslie Crawford Monday, 17 March 2008 03:53

What is your poo telling you about your health? It's the burning question that has everybody's head in the toilet these days.

Mar. 12, 2008 | I looked, all right? This morning, I took a long and unflinching gaze. How do I say this without sounding boastful? There in the bowl was a real beauty, my reward for yesterday's hearty oatmeal breakfast and black bean and rice dinner. It was the kind of (how do we settle on a comfortable euphemism?) ejecta that would make Mom proud.