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A Department of Animal Science PhD. made jokes about Whole Foods and the pure food movement. But most food scientists nothing funny about GM salmon.
20:28 Nov 22, 2015 PST
How do you know if meat was grown with antibiotics? Martha Rosenberg says it is difficult to protect ourselves from Big Food's use of products that harm us.
15:36 Nov 17, 2015 PST
Body building supplements are growing in popularity and more athletes are using them. Do they work well? This article will help to show some supplements that are helping athletes around the world.
14:24 Nov 17, 2015 PST
In residential treatment centers across Illinois, children are assaulted, sexually abused and running away by the thousands, but the state sends more there.
14:07 Nov 11, 2015 PST
Reiki Master Jaclyn Kalkhurst interviews one of her clients battling cancer using Holy Fire Reiki techniques, which helped increase her quality of life.
13:29 Nov 11, 2015 PST
FDA advisory panels should include patient representatives to protect public interest, but too many doctors and researchers live on drug company stipends.
21:55 Nov 10, 2015 PST
A recent survey of more than 1,500 adult cancer survivors across the US, shows those who recovered are more likely to have poor diets than non-survivors.
14:46 Nov 5, 2015 PST
Contact lenses do a great job, and are much more convenient than glasses, but the constant need to clean them is a chore - but now there are disposables.
03:00 Nov 2, 2015 PST
Given Seroquel and other strong drugs for bipolar disorder and ADHD at age two, Rebecca Riley was found dead at four. Treating toddlers with drugs has not abated.
18:48 Oct 14, 2015 PST
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

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