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All The Blogs -- October 2013

Michael Greger MD

Why Is Selling Salmonella-Tainted Chicken Legal?

Michael Greger MD | October 1, 2013 | Health

Read More: adulterant, adulterated, American Public Health Association, bacteria, beef, cheese, chicken, contamination, dairy, E. coli, eggs, fecal contamination, fish, food poisoning, foodborne pathogens, maggots, meat, milk, pathogens, poultry, public health, salmonella, U.S. Food and Drug Association, viruses, yogurt

                When researchers last year at the Emerging Pathogens Institute ranked foodborne pathogens to figure out which was the worst, Salmonella was number one on their list. Salmonella was ranked the food poisoning bacteria with...

J Morris Hicks

"Humans: the real threat to life on Earth."

J Morris Hicks | October 1, 2013 | Green

Words of wisdom from Microsoft's Stephen Emmott, PhD Microsoft's head of Computational Science (based in Cambridge, UK), Dr. Emmott recently presented the world with a terrifying wake-up call. And, in so doing, he inspired me to conceptualize a possible...