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Posts made in June, 2019

Epidemiologists Once Dismissed Hereditary Cancer Risk – Henry Lynch MD Proved Them Wrong

Once upon a time, epidemiologists believed bacon caused cancer, as did hot tea, a weedkiller that acts on no human biology, bread, apples, lettuce, mustard, tomatoes, and more. That faraway time was actually last year. You name it, and it is possible for statisticians at the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) to find a chemical in it that links it to cancer. With most foods, it is...

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Why Maple Syrup, Honey, And Cranberries Are Getting A Free Pass On FDA Sugar Labels

Is honey healthier than bleached white table sugar or brown sugar or high fructose corn syrup? If you ask people selling nutritional fads yes, but if you ask your mitochondria, sugar is sugar. It's the total, which means calories, that matter. in our increasingly wealthy, sedentary society.read...

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With “Regulatory Determinations Based On Risks” President Trump May Be The Pro-Biotech President We Need

With a new executive order, President Trump has done something that the science community has wished would have been done since the 1980s; he has ordered his administration to streamline the federal regulatory process for agricultural biotechnology so that every new product is not treated like a new invention.read...

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Half Face Daddy Shaming But It Gets A Lot Less Attention Than Mommy Shaming: Happy Father’s Day

Women will more often rush to the defense of mothers who give their kids formula, stick to the vaccine schedule, or who let their pre-schoolers play in the yard without a wall to protect them from predators they read about one time on the Internet. Women defend mothers against mommy shaming more often because a whole lot more women are also willing to shame mothers who don't buy food from the...

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Would You Pay 47% More To Eliminate Child Labor From Your Cocoa?

No one is for child labor but people are unfailingly for lower prices rather than higher. That is why the organic industry is a tiny fraction of the overall food market. With no benefit other than paeans to health halos or holistic beliefs about urban people about farming, most remain unconvinced.What if it eliminated child labor? Nearly everyone would agree to that - unless they believe paying...

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