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  • Are Cats or Dogs More Protective For Children’s Health?
    Are Cats or Dogs More Protective For Children’s Health?
    Sharing one's home with a cat or dog may decrease the risk of infectious diseases in children, including ear infections, respiratory illnesses, and gastroenteritis.
  • Food Sources of Flame Retardant Chemicals
    Food Sources of Flame Retardant Chemicals
    Other than pet food and fish, which may be most contaminated, how do fire retardant chemicals (PBDE) and polychlorinated naphthalenes (PCN) concentrate in the American food supply?
  • BPA Plastic and Male Sexual Dysfunction
    BPA Plastic and Male Sexual Dysfunction
    Canned foods and sliced turkey were found to be contaminated with the plastics chemical BPA, which has been linked to cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and erectile dysfunction.
  • Infant Nearly Killed by Homeopathy
    Infant Nearly Killed by Homeopathy
    Case report of life-threatening metabolic acidosis in an infant "overdosed" with homeopathic sugar pills.
  • Is chlorella good for you?
    Is chlorella good for you?
    Chlorella does not have the toxins which may be present in blue-green algae supplements and spirulina.
  • Pets & Human Lymphoma
    Pets & Human Lymphoma
    Is having a cat or dog associated with a higher or lower risk of developing non-Hodgkin lymphoma?