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A recent report published by the Environmental Working Group says children may be consuming too much vitamin A, zinc and/or niacin from some cereals, thanks to antiquated nutrition information on their labels. The Food and Drug Send us your news tip. Do you have a story you want news 8 to investigate? Send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. What do you think? Which new Apple product are you most excited about? None. iPhone 6 Plus. iPhone 6. Apple Pay.
A breakfast cereal with 16 grams of sugar per serving has about 4 teaspoons. In the newly published study, daily consumption of added sugars averaged about 360 calories a day, or 16% of total daily calories. That is an
You reach for the conventionally grown stone fruit, then decide to spring the extra $1/pound for itsanic cousin. You figure you've just made the healthier decision by choosing theanic product — but new findings from
published: 7/30/2008. We're at the San Antonio Zoo to examine Lucky the elephant, a 48-year-old Asian female and subject of a grassroots push for liberation. But somehow we can't get past the black rhino lying listlessly in her own crap. My guide is the advocacy and . The stress, the trauma, I don't think will be rectified by going down there in a whole new area, whole new setting, whole new group of animals, whole new group of people.” . Calendar Submission Guidelines.
Some foods and drinks rich in high-fructose corn syrup may contain detectable levels of mercury, a new report shows. Researchers Say 17 Products Tested Had Some Mercury; Industry Group Says Syrup Is Safe. Save This Article For The report, published on the web site of the Minneapolis-based nonprofit Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP), shows detectable levels of mercury in 17 out of 55 tested products rich in high-fructose corn syrup. But the
Article alleged an upcoming TV channel to be launched in Pakistan was being backed by ISI. Startling revelations on the activities of a leading Pakistani media group have emerged with disclosures made by Mr. Mubashar Lucman in his program on ARY news on Friday, October 25. The program host gave details to . The lack of ethics if any surely belongs to GEO/Jang group who planted the story and had themselves published it to malign a rival? Why was that
The study, "Parallel domestication of the Shattering1 genes in cereals," was published May 13 in the online version of the journal, Nature Genetics. In order to identify the molecular basis underlying seed shattering in sorghum
It was sparked by research published in September that said rats fed with so-called NK603 corn and/or doses of Roundup herbicide developed tumours. The paper, led by Gilles-Eric Seralini at the University of Caen,
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