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New Study Links Cellphone Radiation to Heart and Brain Tumors

In 2011, the International Agency for Research on Cancer, the cancer research arm of the World Health Organization, declared cellphones a Group 2B “possible carcinogen.”

 

86 Percent of Teens Are Loaded With Gender-Bending Chemicals

Data demonstrates blood and urine samples from children and adolescents contain toxic chemicals

 

'Dirty meat': Shocking hygiene failings discovered in US pig and chicken plants

Shocking hygiene failings have been discovered in some of the US’s biggest meat plants, as a new analysis reveals that as many as 15% of the US population suffers from foodborne illnesses annually.

 

How US plans to speed up pig slaughter times could endanger food safety

U.S.A industry chiefs are pushing for line speeds to be increased so that more animals can be slaughtered per hour. But campaigners say this could exacerbate food safety problems.

 

Ocean Plastic Pollution Isn’t Just Immoral, It’s Illegal

The pollution of oceans with plastic litter, discarded nylon fishing nets and eco-toxic microbeads is well known as one of the great scourges of the modern age

 

Vegan Olympic Gold Medalist Eats This For All-Day Energy

It's been a good Olympics for Meagan Duhamel. The Canadian pairs skater has secured two medals—a gold for the team skate and a bronze in pairs with partner Eric Radford. She's also a two-time World Champion figure skater, Olympic silver medalist, and six-time Canadian National Champion in pairs skating—and she does it all as a vegan.

 

Fruits and vegetables improve lung function: Just one extra serving every day can decrease your risk of disease by 24%

American physician, author, and speaker on public health issues Dr. Michael Heschel Greger, who wrote the book How Not to Die in 2016, is saying that a plant-based diet can safeguard you and your family against lung disease.

 

GMO corn driving up use of dangerous pesticides

A very dramatic rise in the use of pesticides on Vermont dairy farms was uncovered following a recent public records request.

 

Contaminated Cosmetics Pose Growing Risk to Consumers

In 2016, 15 percent of imported personal care products inspected had "adverse findings" and 20 percent of products the FDA tested in its own labs had adverse findings.

 

Related Teen Epidemics? Looking for Answers in All the Wrong Places

American teenagers are drowning in a rising tide of disorders: behavioral issues, sensory problems, depression, self-harm and more.

 
 
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