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Looks like meat on the menu, boys

Is red meat bad for you? Of course! At least in the opinion of various medical professionals who are endlessly interviewed for climate crisis articles. Bad for you. Bad for the environment. Just all around bad. But maybe not. A recent report from an international research team makes the argument that the data simply does not exist. When they come …

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How US vaccines have become a victim of misinformation

Measles, a highly contagious disease, was declared eliminated in 2000 in the United States. Over the past decade, however, there have been more than 3,000 measles cases nationwide, bringing the disease back into focus. Many medical experts believe vaccination coverage is low due to incorrect vaccination information. "I think vaccines are honestly a victim of their own success," Dr. Paul …

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Why do healthy people die from vaping?

The mysterious Vaping outbreak in the US last week led to nearly 1,300 lung injuries and 26 deaths, including deaths in young, seemingly healthy people. But what makes these diseases so serious and even deadly? So far, state and federal investigators have not figured out what causes the diseases, and there could be more than one cause. Regardless of whether …

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Doctors Want FDA To Warn Women About Cheese And Breast Cancer Link

Nonprofit organization Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) has called on the federal government to consider adding the label to cheese. Doctors said hormones found in cow milk-based cheese could contribute to the development of the disease. © Pixabay PCRM a petition to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) early in October as part of its campaign during the …

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Scottsdale physician part of the petition to install cancer warning labels on cheese products Arizona News

SCOTTSDALE, AZ (3TV / CBS 5) – Hold the cheese. This is what a doctor in Scottsdale and thousands of other medical professionals are asking for. They urge the FDA to install breast cancer warning labels on dairy products. [VIDEO: Scottsdale doctor petitions to put cancer warning labels on cheese products] The Scottsdale Doctor. Deborah Wilson is part of a …

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Taunton man dies of EEE as the dangerous disease strikes again

A 58-year-old Taunton man died of equine encephalitis, his family said. He is the youngest victim of the dangerous mosquito virus that killed at least three other Massachusetts residents this year. Scott Mosman – Courtesy of Keith Mosman Scott Mosman died Friday at around 3 am in the hospice after being treated for his illness, according to his brother Keith …

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Is cheese associated with breast cancer? Doctors want a warning sign

A group of doctors have applied to the FDA for a cheese warning and warned consumers that it contains hormones that may increase breast cancer risk. Cheese from cow's milk may contain reproductive and growth hormones, some of which contain Research on cancer risks. However, other research has shown that cheese is actually associated with health benefits, such as lower …

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Renewed steam engine test at Grand County High shows no meth, but confirms the presence of THC

SALT CITY – A re-test of a steamer seized earlier this month at the Grand County High School confirmed the presence of tetrahydrocannabinol or THC but excluded methamphetamine. Initial tests of the indicated devices were performed but the presence of methamphetamine was negative for the subsequent test. A school clerk did both tests, said director Stephen Hren. Regardless of the …

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