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The European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (ESCMID) launched two new study groups; the Forensic and Postmortem Microbiology Study Group (ESGFOR) and the Veterinary...
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2015/06/10 03:36
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TTIP talks: Food fights block EU–US trade deal - BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video & Audio Also in the News Special Reports The Reporters Have Your...
2015/06/08 09:34
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London - Drinking more than four mugs of instant coffee a day could be dangerous – and even healthy adults are at risk, experts said. In its first guidelines on caffeine consumption, the EU’s food...
2015/06/08 06:48
2015/06/08 06:48
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The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has grimly concluded that those tucking into fried potato products run an increased risk of damaged DNA and developing cancer. The culprit is the chemical...
2015/06/06 09:10
2015/06/06 09:10
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Ulster Unionist MEP Jim Nicholson has called on the European Commission to scrap a proposal which would give individual Member States the ability to restrict or ban the use of GM (Genetically...
2015/06/05 17:51
2015/06/05 17:51
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Death diet: Now chips, toast, crisps, biscuits and coffee give you cancer A HIGHLY toxic chemical normally found in tobacco is also present in fried foods including chips and toast, according to a...
2015/05/30 20:42
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The world’s most-used stimulant and best-loved depressant – caffeine and alcohol, respectively – have shared an interesting phenomenon in recent years: They’ve both moved from the...
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... espressos a day could damage your health | Irish Examiner 5 espressos a day could damage your health Consuming more than five espressos worth of caffeine a day could be damaging to your health,...
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