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Unbelievable story of FDA corruption - Full Documentary online thru June 20

June 11, 11 at 07:43 PM

Read More: Burzynski, cancer, corruption, cure, fda

Unbelievable story of FDA corruption - Full Documentary online thru June 20

SCROLL DOWN TO WATCH FILM NOW His "Antineoplastons" Therapy Has Been Shown to Help Cure "Incurable" Terminal Cancer Important! The producers of this powerful film are allowing a full and FREE viewing...

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Do We Have a Right to Know If Our Food Has Been Genetically Modified?

washingtonsblog.com | October 4, 10 at 01:25 PM

Read More: fda, gmo, salmon

Do We Have a Right to Know If Our Food Has Been Genetically Modified?

The FDA is close to approving genetically modified (gm) salmon. See this and this. We know that at least some genetically modified foods may harm the environment. See this and this. And...

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Obama's FDA Quietly banning antibiotics in livestock production

July 8, 10 at 06:29 AM

Read More: antibiotic resistance, fda

Obama's FDA Quietly banning antibiotics in livestock production

Obama's FDA has begun to ban giving prophylactic antibiotics in livestock production. Giving animals antibiotics in order to increase food production is a threat to public health and should be stopped, the...

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FDA: Antibiotics found in U.S. meat pose a "serious public health threat"

Associated Press | June 28, 10 at 10:18 AM

Read More: Antibiotic resistance, antibotics, FDA, meat

FDA: Antibiotics found in U.S. meat pose a "serious public health threat"

WASHINGTON -- The Food and Drug Administration is urging meat producers to limit the amount of antibiotics they give animals in response to public health concerns about the drugs. The FDA said...

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Weak Rules on Toxins and Safety Mean Americans Are Dying from "Safe" Products

nytimes.com | DAVID LEONHARDT | March 31, 10 at 09:47 AM

Read More: cancer, chemicals, disease, fda, toxins

Weak Rules on Toxins and Safety Mean Americans Are Dying from "Safe" Products

For 14 years until just last month, GlaxoSmithKline sold a denture cream called Super Poligrip that contained high levels of zinc. The zinc helped with adhesion and was probably safe so long...

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FDA: Labels Misleading on Major Food Brands

webmd.com | Daniel J. DeNoon | March 4, 10 at 08:09 AM

Read More: fda, labels, misleading

FDA: Labels Misleading on Major Food Brands

The FDA today warned 17 food makers -- including POM Nestle -- that their "misleading" product labels violate federal law. The warning letters say the firms face having their products pulled from...

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Law allows US companies to hide risks of chemicals

washingtonpost.com | Lyndsey Layton | January 3, 10 at 09:13 PM

Read More: chemicals, corruption, Environmental Protection Agency, epa, fda

Law allows US companies to hide risks of chemicals

Of the 84,000 chemicals in commercial use in the United States -- from flame retardants in furniture to household cleaners -- nearly 20 percent are secret, according to the Environmental Protection Agency,...

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10 years later, FDA still can't figure out if BPA is bad for you (duh...)

jsonline.com | November 30, 09 at 08:31 AM

Read More: bpa, fda, plastic

10 years later, FDA still can't figure out if BPA is bad for you (duh...)

FDA likely to delay ruling on BPA Agency may say it needs more time to analyze hundreds of new studies Despite months of additional study and a self-imposed timetable, the U.S. Food...

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Who's watching what we eat?

Los Angeles Times | September 11, 09 at 10:45 PM

Read More: fda, food safety

Who's watching what we eat?

The federal agencies that are supposed to safeguard the nation's food have long resisted calls, including those from us, for merging into a single food authority. Amid the peanut-product salmonella outbreak, though,...

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McDonald's Leading the Way, but Hasn't Gone Far Enough Yet

Samuel S. Epstein, M.D. | July 1, 03 at 03:38 AM

Read More: antibiotics, fast food, fda, hormones, samuel epstein, usda

Commendably, responding to growing concerns that the routine use of antibiotics in meat production has resulted in their decreased effectiveness for treating infectious diseases, McDonald's Corporation has demanded that its suppliers phase...

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