Tag Archives: gmo

Keeping your breasts healthy

Because it is breast cancer awareness month, instead of talking about how to treat cancer once you’ve been diagnosed, we thought we’d talk about ways to keep your breasts healthy. Frequent readers of this blog will no doubt notice that … Continue reading

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The campaign against GMO foods

The fight against GMO crops and food has been on our radar for a while, but has recently heated up significantly with Proposition 37 being added to this November’s ballot in California. Those of us who live outside of California … Continue reading

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News roundup

It’s been a while since we linked to some of the news articles that have caught our attention.  Here are a few that we’ve read that you may have missed.

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From around the web

It’s time for another collection of articles from around the web that I’ve found interesting, so let’s dive right in: The USDA has extended the public comment period on whether to approve a genetically modified corn that includes one of … Continue reading

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Against Monsanto

A couple weeks ago a petition requesting that Obama cut FDA ties to Monsanto made the rounds.  Here is an article on the subject as well as a link to the petition.  If you have not already, please consider signing … Continue reading

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In the news

Here’s a round up of issues that you may have missed thanks to the debt ceiling drama of the recent weeks. Food in the news Organic Consumers Association’s Millions Against Monsanto is organizing a World Food Day campaign to demand … Continue reading

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News from around the Web

This issue is near and dear to my heart because my grandmother has Alzheimer’s.  I think it is pretty incredible that in rare, genetic forms of the disease they can now connect changes in the brain that occur 10 to … Continue reading

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