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New Paper Claims Your Living Room Causes Diabetes

In the modern world of chemistry, where we can detect parts per billion, trillion, and even quadrillion, we can detect anything we want in anything else. In the modern world of epidemiology, we can also link anything to anything we want, as Harvard School of Public Health does often with its claims that some food or trace chemical is either curing or causing cancer when grant application season...

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New Paper Claims Your Living Room Causes Diabetes

In the modern world of chemistry, where we can detect parts per billion, trillion, and even quadrillion, we can detect anything we want in anything else. In the modern world of epidemiology, we can also link anything to anything we want, as Harvard School of Public Health does often with its claims that some food or trace chemical is either curing or causing cancer when grant application season...

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Weekend Science: Are You Bitter? You’re More Likely To Drink IPA Beers

After centuries of converging on balanced, smooth beers, the industry suddenly lurched sideways in the 21st century. While large brands now have to fear for their existence, men in beards are making a fortune selling pronounced, bitter craft brews.The business segment may have been with us all along, according to a new analysis. The survey of 109 beer consumers in a blind experiment found that...

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Epidemiologists Link Celiac Disease To Frying Pans And Then We Wonder Why People Don’t Believe In Masks

During the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, when disease epidemiologists want to be taken seriously by the public, they face an uphill battle. Blocking their progress are epidemiologists who casually link everything to diseases, often using food frequency questionnaires which have no scientific legitimacy.read...

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Here All The Certified Organic Foods With Carcinogens You Need To Avoid This Thanksgiving

Let’s say your Generation Z child is concerned about chemicals in your Thanksgiving meal and you want to avoid that awkward moment when they don’t look up from their phones while saying “OK Boomer” as you try to explain to them that all food has chemicals. Maybe they just don’t want scientific chemicals. Maybe they want the organic kind that are healthier, according...

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How Cranberries Set Off The Chemophobia Craze

On Sept. 6, 1958, the “natural” food movement and chemophobia as we know it were born. On that day, the Food Additives Amendment of 1958, which modified the U.S. Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act of 1938, came into force.Also known as the Delaney Clause, it stated if a synthetic chemical could be shown to cause cancer in laboratory animals, the chemical must be banned. It also suggested if the...

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