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... nvironment. Organic production allows natural pesticides, which can be toxic to humans and wildlife," says Alan McHughen, PhD, professor of botany and plant sc ... more
Jun 03 2008 3:04pm
Have you heard a statement such as "eating organically is cheaper in the long term because of the health care costs you'll avoid later on?" While that is in ... more
Jun 03 2008 3:04pm
TODAY’S QUESTION: Organic or “Not Organic”?  Ok so we’re back on this “organic” kick again… In our last posting, we talked about health on a very per ... more
Aug 05 2008 1:20pm
... lly cost a bit more, but may be the way to go if you are interested in making a humane decision and consider the matter of animal rights.. Reading the label and ... more
Jul 22 2008 8:24pm
... ides used in conventional cotton production are the most hazardous pesticide to human health, causing behavioral changes, increased cancer risk, and even death. ... more
Jul 10 2008 4:15pm
Jan 26 2007 7:56pm
  I found a cookbook I really like with several "gluten free" recipes along with ot ... more
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Feb 23 2010 3:19pm
... pped using perchloroethylene (perc), a hazardous chemical considered a probable human carcinogen by the International Agency for Research on Cancer. Perc also c ... more
May 16 2008 12:01pm
... day, however, kidney transplants are routine, as are transplants of other major organs such as the liver and heart. Survival has greatly improved, and the compl ... more
Jul 24 2008 4:13pm