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The way the Food and Drug Administration assesses safety has long favored industry studies over independent science.
Tell Your Senators: Push Back on Trump Climate Denial "If legislators within the government would stop spending time and
My toddler likes "Blue Cookies" (they're fluorescent blue and likely have nothing remotely natural in them). And she prefers
Need more healthy food tips? Be sure to check out these 10 Healthy Food Hacks That Don't Suck. If you want to avoid BPA, it
Canned food is a convenience that comes with a high toll on health if the plastic lining inside the can contains bisphenol
For me, this brought home the necessity for manufacturers and the government to take responsibility for keeping hazardous substances out of the marketplace. We cannot be totally effective gatekeepers for our own families.
So, what's a person to do, short of get her Ph.D. in chemistry? (I know that you readers are massively smart and accomplished, and some of you may take that challenge seriously). You don't need to -- consider this your cheat-sheet.
Why must we fight the natural shapes of things? Why does a marshmallow have to be molded into a chick shape, instead of just
Modern advances in food science, both in how we produce and deliver food, have become key battlegrounds in the science versus fear-mongering debate.
It's a question we ask ourselves every day at lunchtime.
It's a question we ask ourselves every day at lunchtime.
How can it be that chemicals, which can cause such harm, are allowed in the products we bring into our homes, schools and workplaces?
How can it be that chemicals, which can cause such harm, are allowed in the products we bring into our homes, schools and workplaces?
Traces of BPA were found in 90 percent of urine samples taken from a group representative of the American population, the
The FDA should recognize the latest science and get dangerous chemicals out of food packaging, and young farmers will embrace a new climate-conscious paradigm in farming that makes healthy soil a priority.
Systolic blood pressure was about 5 mm/Hg higher after participants drank soy milk from cans than when they drank soy milk
Lanphear conceded one point. "It's true," he said. "Not all chemicals are bad." The chemical industry is critical of the
Another cautionary note is that not all brands of canned pumpkin use BPA-free cans. BPA is a chemical in the lining of cans
Stewart said that he is "stoked" with the change. "If it means fewer chemicals I have to handle, I'm all for it," he told