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Many food companies use pea protein. Can your body?

As a plant, it does not need fertilizer and leaves the soil richer than you found it. Its largest US manufacturer, Puris, a Cargill-backed company with offices in Iowa, Wisconsin, and a newly expanded facility in Dawson, Minnesota, has its product on the corporate blog, a platform with its own TED Talk, no less called "the future of food". And …

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Modesto Student tests positive for active TB

A Grace Davis high school student in Modesto was diagnosed with active tuberculosis, Stanislaus County health officials said. The student is being treated, and health officials have said that the school's students and staff are no longer at risk of exposure. The parents of school students were informed of a potential threat. Health authorities plan to test students and school …

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Badger culling risks an increased spread of TB to cattle, as study results show

Image copyright Seth Jackson Caption Badger moves in as soon as clubbing begins, spreading the infection further. The slapping of badgers drives them to continue walking in the distance, allowing them to spread tuberculosis over a larger area. The culling could therefore increase the risk of TB spreading to cattle, the scientists behind the study warn. [19659007] The government has …

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Owning a dog can help you live longer

CLOSE Dogs can help you live longer, and all this has been scientifically proven! Lenneia Batiste by Buzz60 offers more. Buzz60 Attention, dog owners: Your furry friend could extend your life. A study published on Tuesday by Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes, a peer-reviewed Journal of the American Heart Association, claims that having a dog is associated with a longer …

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10 Michiganders now have EEE. High-risk area spreads to 16 counties

CLOSE Mosquito-borne EEE virus: Fast facts      Wochit, Wochit Even as Michigan health officials announced that they have completed an aerial pesticide spell on 557,000 acres of land in 14 mosquito-borne viruses Eastern equine encephalitis, the number of human and animal cases in the state continue to grow. A new human case of the rare but dangerous virus also known …

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Did Heidi really dream of the octopus?

Heidi the octopus is sleeping. Her body is calm, eight arms neatly stowed. But her skin is restless. It turns from ghostly white to yellow, flashes deep red, then turns green and bumpy like plants. Your muscles relax and relax. If you have not seen this video clip from a PBS documentary, Nature, here: From the outside, the cephalopod looks …

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St. Louis is a leader in chlamydia and gonorrhea. Sexually transmitted diseases reach an all-time high health in the USA

According to the CDC, St. Louis has been a leader in the incidence of sexually transmitted diseases in US counties and independent cities for at least two decades. In St. Louis, there were 739 cases of gonorrhea per 100,000 inhabitants last year, 1,449 cases of chlamydia and 42.4 cases of syphilis. The rates in St. Louis are among the highest …

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Pregnant women should get the flu and whooping cough, C.D.C. says

Babies younger than six months – the age at which they can get their first flu vaccine – are more likely to get flu than older children and are at a higher risk of dying from it. Dr. Schuchat said that children with flu can develop problems such as pneumonia, dehydration and brain swelling. "The maternal vaccination rate was still …

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