Mad Cow Disease

"And after all this, no one ever mentions vegetarianism," said my mom, after we finished watching the 2006 dramedy Fast Food Nation. I stumbled to come up with a response. "At least Avril Lavigne's a vegetarian," I said finally, referring to one of the film's stars.
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But not all animals got sick. Thus far, there have been less than around 200 deaths. Importantly, we should be careful to
We must learn from responses to such epidemics in the past if we are to succeed today. Such lessons will be difficult to craft, requiring expertise in culture as well as medicine, but need to be integral parts of our global response.
Every year, one in a million people around the world is diagnosed with the disease, which can be contracted through organ
We must protest the USDA decision to expand meat consumption in schools. It is in youth that one develops eating habits and we dare not set our children off on a path toward uninformed consumption, disease and worse.
"It sounds like science fiction," he concedes on the episode. "But [humans are] doing things like gene splicing, so the theory
The United States would be the 20th country to get a negligible risk rating for the fatal, brain-wasting disease, formally
The industry's response to years of evidence of egregious, and often criminal, animal cruelty and of diseased and adulterated meat entering the market is to attempt to outlaw undercover investigations.
The move by authorities in Japan, China, South Africa, South Korea and Saudi Arabia is in response to Brazil's handling of