From farm to fork, cattle are fed junk food (and much worse) to fatten bottom lines at the expense of our health. Critics warn of mad cow, E. coli, and obesity-related illnesses.
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It may not be on the menu, but eating a side order of rat excrement or roach fragments is a real possibility when you dine out. Unseen filth can find its way into just about anything from pancakes to tacos. Learn how to counter the ill effects of creepy stuff you wouldn’t normally swallow.
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The studies prove it — the more kids in a household the greater your odds of frequent colds and flu. Here are 5 alternative approaches for a healthier co-existence with your little germ vectors.
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Researchers have found evidence of E. coli bacteria that are genetically resistant to a last-resort antibiotic. Superbugs threaten our existence. Now what? Discover natural solutions that could save your life.
If you follow this newly revised list, you’ll reduce your exposure to some of the nastiest neurotoxins (and often carcinogens) in our food.
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Factory animals are pumped full of antibiotics to make them gain weight. What does that mean for our waistlines?
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