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Coca-Cola has disclosed that the company spent $118.6 million in scientific research and partnerships over the last five years.
16:20 Sep 28, 2015 PST
A drug whose safety and initial approval were in question was given wide use in the US food supply, bit it is encouraging US pork producers are hearing consumers.
06:29 Sep 25, 2015 PST
The PEFPAR program now provides HIV testing and counseling to more than 14 million pregnant women, and it will soon reach another 300,000 children.
08:00 Sep 18, 2015 PST
Countless teen girls heading back to school in the fall rely on breast surgery to give them self confidence. Suicide, cancer are risks parents should know about.
18:08 Sep 16, 2015 PST
While there are definitely some positive aspects to carpet, it may not be quite as beneficial as you might think. Studies fuel the debate on health effects that stem from the use of carpet.
13:53 Sep 14, 2015 PST
Two Kenyan children in Kenya died after their measles shots, but world media has largely remained quiet about the tragedy, as is often the case with vaccines.
20:40 Sep 12, 2015 PST
In countries where polio vaccine caused thousands of cases of child paralysis, mainstream media never ask about justice for those paralyzed by the vaccine.
17:16 Sep 11, 2015 PST
Recommending iodine supplements to expectant mothers could lower total health cost of children and, therefore, save the economy money.
05:44 Aug 17, 2015 PST
Today, dentists are necessary to promote a healthy environment.Therefore, seeing a dentist once in a while can help you stay health and disease free.
17:39 Aug 15, 2015 PST
Human Growth Hormone helps the human body, especially children who have a deficiency leading to short stature. The benefits are generally fairly rapid.
18:23 Aug 6, 2015 PST
Guest workers cannot protest working conditions and are pawns in the Big Meat game. In addition to their own suffering, they do food consumers no favors.
14:26 Jul 29, 2015 PST
Food Hero Mimi Kozma prepares dishes suitable for children with disabilities, launched an IndieGoGo campaign to raise funds for her show's second season.
07:27 Jul 28, 2015 PST
30 million people in America suffer from diabetes. Here are two ways to help ensure you don't develop this potentially devastating health condition.
15:39 Jul 15, 2015 PST
A painful lesson of the outbreak is that Ebola thrives in places with fragile and under-resourced public health systems, and on the poorest in these places.
15:33 Jul 15, 2015 PST
Researchers at the Salk Institute found a diet high in fat may provide benefits for human patients suffering with mitochondrial disease.
16:04 Jul 6, 2015 PST

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