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Trump’s EPA Is Risking the Health of a Generation of American Children
There’s a debate on kids’ health happening at the agency — without the scientists.
EPA Chief Overrules Scientists, Declines to Ban Pesticide Linked to Fetal Damage
EPA scientists recommended banning chlorpyrifos, after research linked prenatal exposure to impaired brain development. Dow Chemical disapproved.
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Your Prosecco Habit Might Be Giving Italians Asthma
Vineyards’ neighbors claim heavy pesticide use is taking a “dire toll” on heath.
Move Over Pink Slime: Now Granola’s Toxic, Too
First of all it’s not even “natural,” and second, it’s totally loaded with pesticides.
2011 Wasn’t All Pie and Pig Roasts
Not the good, just the bad and the ugly in the year’s food news.
Soft Drink Tycoon Proposes Taxes on All Sugary Foods; Food Trucks Grow Up
Plus: Mothers suffer the most in families that go hungry; and apples rank highest in produce contaminated by pesticide, all in out morning news roundup.
Cilantro Apparently Loaded with Unapproved Pesticides
Cilantro is adding more than just a fresh taste to your salsa.
Bee Mystery Unsolved? Lead Investigator Had Connections to Pesticide Maker
The New York ‘Times’ piece fails to mention a scientist’s potential conflict of interest.