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2015/02/25 15:48
2015/02/25 15:48
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The Environmental Working Group is out, once again, with its annual Apples, again, top the list, which is based on an analysis of over 3,000 produce samples tested by the USDA in 2013 and ranked...
2015/02/25 15:48
2015/02/25 15:48
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2015/02/25 02:12
2015/02/25 02:12
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Vast tracts of Africa and of China are turning into dust bowls on a scale that dwarves the one that devastated the US in the 1930s, one of the world’s pre-eminent environmental thinkers has...
2015/02/24 14:43
2015/02/24 14:43
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Dear EarthTalk: The cold winter we’re having here in the Northeast has convinced me to finally beef up my home’s insulation, but I’ve heard that spray foam can off-gas noxious chemicals and pollute...
2015/02/24 04:26
2015/02/24 04:26
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Florida orange juice has been on breakfast tables for generations, but the citrus industry has run into hard times. Groves have been replaced by new neighborhoods. Hurricanes and canker have also...
2015/02/22 17:05
2015/02/22 17:05
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Please check out what Dr. Joel Moskowitz reports about the Apple's iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus SAR levels:iPhone 6 SAR: Radiation Levels & Separation Distance What are the SAR levels for Apple's...
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2015/02/21 08:57
2015/02/21 08:57
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Before eating steak, the nation's top nutrition panel is asking consumers to consider the environment. A Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee report was slammed by meat companies but praised by...
2015/02/20 02:19
2015/02/20 02:19
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The nation’s top nutritional panel is recommending for the first time that Americans consider the impact on the environment when they are choosing what to eat, a move that defied a warning from...
2015/02/18 15:12
2015/02/18 15:12
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Don't expect to see them too soon, but they could be coming to your local grocery store — two types of apples genetically modified to resist turning brown after they're bruised or...
2015/02/17 20:18
2015/02/17 20:18
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In a perfect world, all food would be organic and we would all be able to afford it. Instead we're faced with awkward produce-aisle decisions every time we step foot into a grocery store — is this...
2015/02/12 03:20
2015/02/12 03:20
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... appears to have the potential to initiate or promote cancers, particularly of the bone...," according to the most recent and extensive review of fluoride toxicology by the prestigious...
2015/02/09 07:18
2015/02/09 07:18
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A recent study at Boise State University in Idaho says that when it comes to pesticide exposure, organic foods live up to the health hype that's been surrounding them for decades. In their study,...
2015/02/06 19:17
2015/02/06 19:17
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Just one day after food blogger Vani Hari launched a petition calling for Kellogg and General Mills to drop a preservative from their cereals, she's already getting a huge reaction. The petition has...
2015/02/06 18:18
2015/02/06 18:18
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USDA to Cut Off Farm Subsidies to City Slickers Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, March 5, 2013, before the House Agricultural Committee hearing to...
2015/02/05 08:11
2015/02/05 08:11
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The prevailing rhetoric coming from the environmental, dietary and vegetarian communities paints cattle as perfectly designed agents of personal and planetary demise. From both ends of a cow's...
2015/02/01 01:43
2015/02/01 01:43
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Farmer Ken Betzold has planted 50-foot-wide buffer strips on more than 1½ miles of riverland he owns in Dakota County. And not entirely for charitable reasons. A state law requires such buffers along...
2015/01/31 22:27
2015/01/31 22:27
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When we talk about the steps you need to take to get healthier, they often involve buying new things: workout clothes, fitness equipment, ingredients for healthy recipes, and the list goes on. But...
2015/01/31 05:35
2015/01/31 05:35
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Dear EarthTalk: How is it that antibiotics are being “overused,” as I’ve read, and what are the potential consequences? – Mitchell Chase of Hartford, Conn. A: The development and widespread adoption...
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