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Raw-food eating couple completes a 15,782 km year-long marathonBy Raw Michelle, March 5 2014
(NaturalNews) A New Zealand couple in their 60s have completed a year-long marathon on December 31 in Melbourne, running every single day of 2013. They have run a total of 15,782 km around Australia, setting a world record of 366 consecutive marathons in 366 days. Cancer survivor Janette Murray-Wakelin, 64, and her husband Alan Murray, 68, credit their raw-food diet for high energy levels and overall health.
Promoting sustainability and eating raw The husband and wife say the goal of the run was...
FDA unleashes despotic food safety war targeting organic farmsBy Ethan A. Huff, March 5 2014
(NaturalNews) The provisions guiding the infamous Food Safety Modernization Act are slowly starting to come into effect, and many small-scale farmers across the United States are discovering that they are the primary targets of an oppressive new food safety war being waged by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) against America's food producers.
The Los Angeles Times reports that federal agents are now showing up on farmers' doorsteps and notifying them that techniques they have long used...
Insider memo reveals US unemployment rate exceeding 37 percent; 'Misery Index' worst in 30 yearsBy Ethan A. Huff, March 5 2014
(NaturalNews) Nearly everything that the federal government has been saying about unemployment, inflation and the current state of the U.S. economy is a fraud, reveals an insider memo recently generated by a prominent Wall Street advisor. As reported by the Washington Examiner, calculations made using legitimate data show that actual unemployment has now exceeded 37 percent, and that the so-called "Misery Index" (MI) is at the highest level in about 30 years.
This runs completely counter to all...
Heavy metal tungsten linked to leukemia clusters in childrenBy Mike Adams, March 4 2014
(NaturalNews) "Scientists studying childhood leukemia cases in Arizona and Nevada say their research shows a possible link between tungsten and the disease," reported Fox News in 2009. The article is about the discovery of "childhood leukemia clusters" in Sierra Vista, Arizona and Fallon, Nevada.
An industrial operation there, it turns out, was emitting large amounts of tungsten into the air in Fallon, causing environmental levels of the heavy metal to rise substantially. As Science Daily reports...
Massachusetts family services to move state-kidnapped teenage girl back to ConnecticutBy J. D. Heyes, March 4 2014
(NaturalNews) In Massachusetts, apparently, a medical misdiagnosis can be the basis for the state to come in and take your child away, perhaps for good.
About a year ago, the parents of 15-year-old Justina Pelletier brought her to the emergency room of Children's Hospital in Boston where, according to local reports, doctors quickly diagnosed her with psychiatric problems.
That may seem normal enough, but as you might have suspected there is much more to the story.
Prior to that visit, Justina...
Half of US tap water found to contain live bacterium that can cause Legionnaires' diseaseBy Ethan A. Huff, March 4 2014
(NaturalNews) The water coming out of your faucets at home could be teeming with a live bacterium known to cause a potentially deadly form of pneumonia. New research published in the journal Environmental Science & Technology reveals that more than half of all U.S. tap water is likely contaminated with a bacterium linked to causing Legionnaires' disease, the symptoms of which include fever, cough and chills.
To make this discovery, researchers from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA...
Radiation affects 13 workers at New Mexico nuclear waste siteBy Jonathan Benson, March 4 2014
(NaturalNews) Federal regulators are scrambling to minimize the public relations impact of a recent radiation leak that occurred at an underground nuclear waste facility in southeastern New Mexico, where 13 workers reportedly tested positive for radiation exposure. According to reports, the discovery came after the plant's operators had repeatedly denied that anybody was exposed to the radiation, calling into question the integrity of these and other claims.
The Associated Press recently covered...
Reishi mushrooms: traditional medicine for cancer, diabetes and moreBy Michael Ravensthorpe, March 4 2014
(NaturalNews) Reishi mushrooms, also called lingzhi mushrooms, are a species of medicinal mushroom characterized by their kidney-shaped cap and tough texture. Though widely appreciated throughout the countries of their native Asia, reishi are especially venerated in China. In fact, practitioners of ancient Chinese medicine have been prescribing reishi for a host of medical conditions such as high blood pressure and fatigue for at least 2,000 years. Even today, reishi are held in high regard by the...
FDA study shows pertussis vaccination spreads pathogenic bacteriaBy Jonathan Benson, March 4 2014
(NaturalNews) In a failed attempt to explain away why vaccinated individuals seem to be the
only ones contracting and spreading whooping cough during major outbreaks, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently launched an inquiry aimed at better understanding how the controversial vaccine works. But what the agency ended up discovering is that the vaccine for whooping cough, also known as pertussis, spreads the very same pathogenic bacteria that causes whopping cough in the first place...
Another cruise ship, another bout of vomiting and diarrheaBy J. D. Heyes, March 4 2014
(NaturalNews) It seems as though every couple of months we are hearing about yet another cruise ship whose passengers have become stricken with sickness.
Well, it has happened again.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has launched an investigation into the fourth occurrence of norovirus (stomach flu) aboard a cruise ship. According to reports, the latest outbreak occurred on Holland America's MS Veendam cruise ship in mid-February.
Fourth outbreak this year
The CDC has reported...
Well done and overcooked meats greatly raise the risk of developing dementia and diabetesBy John Phillip, March 4 2014
(NaturalNews) Scientists have known for the better part of the past decade that cooking meats with high heat and grilling or barbequing dramatically increases the risk of developing colon cancer, as the heterocyclic amines that occur with overcooking disrupt normal cellular metabolism during digestion. It should then come as no surprise to health-conscious individuals that these same food preparation methods are now associated with a significant risk for diabetes and dementia, both diseases increasing...
No consumers allowed at biotech industry's secret 'GMO consumer benefit'By Jonathan Benson, March 4 2014
(NaturalNews) The biotechnology industry has proven that it will stop at nothing to get genetically engineered foods into Europe, even if this means holding secret meetings with politicians and policymakers to scheme ways to thrust the technology onto an unwilling public. The independent research group Corporate Europe Observatory (CEO) reports that a consortium of pro-GMO lobbyists recently met undercover in Brussels, Belgium, to discuss the "consumer benefits of GMOs," a meeting which not a single...
Obesity in Europe set to become the new normalBy J. D. Heyes, March 4 2014
(NaturalNews) If you thought that obesity was a problem in the United States -- and make no mistake, it is -- it is becoming so widespread in Europe that health experts are afraid it is becoming far too acceptable.
The World Health Organization (WHO) reported recently that obesity is so common on the continent that the condition is at risk of becoming "the new norm," as about one-third of all European teenagers are fatter than they should be -- and it's ruining their health.
As reported by...
Top 4 reasons your health is deterioratingBy Derek Henry, March 4 2014
(NaturalNews) It seems we have many things to blame for our deteriorating health. We have our less than stellar genetics, our chronological age, and other "unknown factors". However, these are not the main reasons our health is going downhill, and it's time to reveal the main culprits.
Lack of enzymes Enzymes are one of the most essential elements in the body. Without them, you wouldn't be able to breathe, swallow, drink, eat, or digest your food. Enzymes are required to help perform these tasks...
See this 'shocking' new military treatment to fight caffeine addictionBy J. D. Heyes, March 4 2014
(NaturalNews) The Defense Department is looking at a "shocking" new procedure that officials say may help today's modern warriors stay sharp on an increasingly digitized battlefield.
According to The Boston Globe, the Pentagon is experimenting with stimulating the brain with a series of low-level doses of electricity, to keep the growing ranks of digital warriors who monitor drone footage and other high-tech surveillance streams alert for hours on end. The aim is not only to keep digital warriors...
Got funky breath? Here are some causes - and fixesBy J. D. Heyes, March 4 2014
(NaturalNews) Got chronic halitosis? If you do, chances are that your friends haven't told you, because, well, they're your friends and they don't want to hurt your feelings. But halitosis -- bad breath, as it is more commonly known -- is a common problem, so you might have a problem and just not know it.
How common is halitosis? According to the Academy of General Dentistry, about 80 million people suffer from chronic bad breath. But there is good news: Finding a cure for this embarrassing condition...
You won't believe this hidden cause of restless leg syndromeBy Brad Chase, March 4 2014
(NaturalNews) Do you suffer from restless legs syndrome? Researchers have puzzled over the cause of this curious condition for decades with little explanation for why some people simply can't keep still at night.
According to past studies, possible causes for RLS include:
• Inability to process dopamine properly
• Other chronic diseases
• Iron deficiencies
New studies, however, have looked a little more closely at the...
Do you go to work sick? One in four Americans doBy J. D. Heyes, March 4 2014
(NaturalNews) Many of us know someone who we believe has abused their company's "sick leave" policy in the past. Calling in sick -- even if you aren't -- is not what you might call a rarity in the American business world.
That said, there are also a large number of people who actually should stay home from work because they are sick, but they don't, spreading their germs and generally adding to a business' costs and lowered levels of productivity.
According to a new survey, more than one-quarter...
Why Dr. Oz was right to warn consumers about lead in Shakeology Greenberry protein powderBy Mike Adams, March 3 2014
(NaturalNews) The health industry is suddenly buzzing with more findings about heavy metals in protein products, and Dr. Oz is beginning to warn viewers about lead in some products. This is on top of Natural News finding substantial concentrations of the heavy metal tungsten in organic vegan rice protein products sold across the USA. (See chart here.)
The Dr. Oz warning came about two weeks ago when his show featured research results from Consumer Lab, a highly-experienced food science research...
Roundup herbicide linked to celiac disease and gluten intolerance, new study suggestsBy J. D. Heyes, March 3 2014
(NaturalNews) A new study has found that the world's best-selling herbicide is linked to the global rise of celiac disease, gluten intolerance and irritable bowel syndrome.
According to the U.S. peer-reviewed study, the details of which were published by Dr. Anthony Samsel and Dr. Stephanie Seneff, the rise in disease has coincided with the increased use of glyphosate (Roundup) herbicide.
The paper has been published in the Journal of Interdisciplinary Toxicology.
The researchers say that...
Red Reign: China's horrific nonconsensual organ harvesting and religious oppression unveiledBy Ethan A. Huff, March 3 2014
(NaturalNews) Imagine being arrested, imprisoned and tortured simply for holding religious beliefs that run contrary to what the government considers acceptable. And every day having to worry that you might be murdered at a moment's notice for your vital organs. This is what countless thousands of practitioners of the spiritual discipline Falun Gong have apparently been subjected to in China, a little-known reality covered in the new documentary film Red Reign: The Bloody Harvest of China's Prisoners...
Author says Tyson Foods keeps farmers in state of 'indentured servitude'By J. D. Heyes, March 3 2014
(NaturalNews) The author of a new expose on the chicken industry chastises corporate giant Tyson Foods while claiming that farmers who supply meat to the company are locked into a sort of "indentured servitude" of which they are unable to free themselves.
The book, The Meat Racket by Christopher Leonard, focuses almost exclusively on the economic factors that drive the chicken industry or, as he says, "the hidden power structure that has quietly reshaped U.S. rural economies while gaining unprecedented...
Avoid eating dangerous, genetically engineered foods at your dining tableBy Michelle Goldstein, March 3 2014
(NaturalNews) The growth of genetically modified foods continues to rise in the U.S. and around the world with the aggressive tactics of the biotech industry. This growth has contributed to an increase in invasive superweeds and rising challenges for organic farmers. GMOs have not been tested for safety for human consumption. Independent animal studies demonstrate that GMOs are hazardous to health. Consumers can use several guidelines to avoid purchasing genetically engineered food.
Fast food chains struggle in wake of healthy eating trendBy Julie Wilson , March 3 2014
(NaturalNews) Heightened awareness surrounding the dangers of commercially processed food is hitting McDonald's, the number one global fast-food chain, where it hurts, their wallet.
Due to a decline in company sales and an attempt to remain "relevant," McDonald's CEO Don Thompson announced plans to provide speedier service, extend breakfast hours and prepare more "high quality," healthier food.
In order to keep up with the "trends," McDonald's has added several new items to their menu including...
Uninsured Americans suddenly realize they were conned by ObamacareBy J. D. Heyes, March 3 2014
(NaturalNews) The Affordable Care Act - Obamacare - has always had its opponents, but as more Americans become familiar with the law and begin to experience its ill effects, the more it is hated.
And now, in perhaps one of the most compelling ironies, the very people whom the law was supposed to benefit the most - the uninsured - are beginning to turn against Obamacare in droves.
According to a recently released study by the Kaiser Family Foundation, which has been studying and analyzing the...
Optimal cholesterol ratios not only good for the heart, but also lower Alzheimer's disease riskBy John Phillip, March 3 2014
(NaturalNews) Volumes of current research now clearly demonstrate that Alzheimer's disease, though influenced to a small degree by genetic predisposition, is largely caused by a confluence of lifestyle indiscretions over the course of one's early and mid-life years. Prior studies have shown that a diet consisting of hydrogenated fats, processed carbohydrates and sugary treats rapidly accelerate the onset and progression of the disease, especially in those with familial genetic traits. Lack of physical...
Endocrine-disrupting chemicals in rivers affect fish heart developmentBy L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, March 3 2014
(NaturalNews) Mass-produced man-made chemicals that mimic estrogen should be a major concern for humanity, as they can go undetected in water and affect the reproduction and gender identity of various life forms. Lurking in the water, these chemicals can be taken in invisibly by all sorts of life and disrupt the endocrine system. Environmental studies in Virginia and Pennsylvania waterways show that these synthetic estrogens do more than just affect the endocrine system. These estrogen chemicals...
Wheatgrass: a chlorophyll-rich superfood bursting with nutrientsBy Michael Ravensthorpe, March 3 2014
(NaturalNews) Wheatgrass is a gluten-free food prepared from the young shoots of the wheat plant, Triticum aestivum, which grows in temperate regions throughout Europe and the United States. Consumption of wheatgrass only became popular in the Western world in the 1930s, when an American chemist, Charles L. Schnabel (now known as the "father of wheatgrass"), began to popularize it. Schnabel became well-known in the 1940s for stating that "fifteen pounds of wheatgrass is equal in overall nutritional...
California residents and officials to monitor radiation amid growing fears about FukushimaBy Ethan A. Huff, March 3 2014
(NaturalNews) Concerned about the effects of radiation still being released from the stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power facility in Japan, towns and cities all across California have begun enacting monitoring programs to deal with what many agree is an "international crisis of epic proportions" with no end in sight.
Citing multiple reports from the Sunshine State, ENENews.com highlights efforts by officials in Marin County, near San Francisco, as well as Mendocino County, the cities of Berkeley...
Top ways to keep stress at bayBy Yanjun, March 3 2014
(NaturalNews) A high level of stress is not good for anyone. When a person is constantly exposed to stress, the individual can develop anxiety disorders. People suffering from high levels of stress can exhibit uncontrollable behaviors related to acute stress such as anger and frustration. This should be avoided as much as possible. Fortunately, coping with stress is not that difficult anymore. There are foolproof ideas to keeping high levels of stress at bay.
Relax The main combatant against stress...
Electrocardiographs detect heart rhythm changes from lead exposureBy PF Louis, March 3 2014
(NaturalNews) It may seem odd to associate lead toxicity with cardiac health issues. But there has been considerable research put into that association. Health experts seem to agree that there is no safe level of lead in our bodies, and this heavy metal toxin isn't easily flushed out of our system. Those small amounts can collect and accrue in vital organs, especially the kidneys and liver.
However, determining lead poisoning by symptoms is just like reaching into the symptom bucket for most general...
What's missing from the effort to stop the GMO threat to our food supply?By Paul Fassa, March 3 2014
(NaturalNews) The effort to stop Monsanto and its league of corporate monsters from ruining our food supply should focus more on what gets planted than what gets labeled on retail shelves. "GMO seeds should not enter the soil" should be the mantra instead of "we have a right to know."
Observe all the SUVs lined up at McDonald's and other fast-food joints as they return home from work. Watch what they put into their supermarket shopping carts. The majority of American consumers don't know and don't...
The Seven Countries Study hoax and how the politics of food policy keeps the USA in the darkBy S. D. Wells, March 3 2014
(NaturalNews) This is the true story of an American scientist named Ancel Keys who studied saturated fat long ago (in the 1950s) and made the cover of the illustrious Time magazine, although in that "infamous" way that we later learned of. The damage was done though, and what Keys did was set a precedent of falsified and skewed research to mislead a whole nation for decades to come. It was known as the "Lipid Hypothesis," and it was put in plain terms like simple math so that any average "Joe" could...
VEGA joins Natural News heavy metals limits for protein products; company's blends already test among cleanest in industryBy Mike Adams, March 2 2014
(NaturalNews) Over the last month, Natural News rocked the dietary supplements industry by publishing laboratory research results which found significant levels of the heavy metals lead, cadmium and tungsten in popular rice protein products. The industry immediately responded to consumer concerns, and within days, industry leading companies like Garden of Life and SunWarrior agreed to adhere to a voluntary phase-in of heavy metals limits for rice protein products.
Why do these levels of heavy...
FDA deliberately allows animal drugs to stay legal even when they threaten humans with superbugsBy David Gutierrez, March 2 2014
(NaturalNews) The FDA allowed 18 separate animal antibiotics to remain on the market even after concluding that they posed a "high risk" of leading to antibiotic resistance in bacteria that cause disease in humans, according to a new study by the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC).
Microbiologist and lead author Carmen Cordova called the FDA's inaction in the face of its own findings "a breach of their responsibility and the public trust."
The study is the latest contribution to an ongoing...
ADHD: A false paradigm projected onto the minds of a generationBy Lance Johnson, March 2 2014
(NaturalNews) In today's healthcare climate, where prescription drug use has multiplied, it's becoming increasingly important to question medical professionals on the diagnoses they dish out. It's equally important to question one's own belief in pharmacology as the solution to the health problems we face today. We must question the labels that we place on ourselves and on our kids.
One in nine children now labeled with ADHDA very misleading paradigm has been imposed on the minds of the public...
Federal government sues California companies for unsafe toxin levels in children's toysBy L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, March 2 2014
(NaturalNews) Leaded gasoline for vehicles and lead-based paint for homes used to be the norm, as the dangers of lead went unnoticed. While the public has become aware of lead's health dangers, there remains concern for high levels of lead persisting in children's toys. These toys, typically imported from China, can induce blood lead levels exceeding 5 micrograms per deciliter in children, which is unsafe, according to new EPA safety standards.
Lead toys contribute to behavioral and learning problems...
Health Basics: Xanthan gum is mutated corn sugar fermented with bacteriaBy S. D. Wells, March 2 2014
(NaturalNews) Xanthan gum was discovered in the 1960s and was approved in 1968 as a food additive in the USA and Europe. It is mostly used as an emulsifier. It is made from bacteria that create black spots on broccoli and cauliflower. Xanthan gum at first is a slimy, gooey, fermented substance, but during processing it's dried up and finally ground into a fine white powder. You can bet your first and last mutated gene that the corn sugar used to make xanthan gum is not certified organic, but rather...
Traditional Chinese Medicine herbal formula shown to help prevent diabetesBy Reuben Chow, March 2 2014
(NaturalNews) A recent study to be published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism (JCEM) has revealed that a particular Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) herbal formula helped to slow the progression from pre-diabetes to a full-blown diagnosis of diabetes.
Pre-diabetes is a condition whereby a person has elevated blood sugar levels but not yet to the point of developing type 2 diabetes. Individuals with pre-diabetes have a higher risk of not only type 2 diabetes, but also stroke...
Healthcare organizations under massive attacks from cyber thieves stealing your informationBy J. D. Heyes, March 2 2014
(NaturalNews) If the failings of Obamacare haven't been bad enough, especially in terms of losing more of your privacy, now healthcare organizations are increasingly coming under hack attacks that phish for, and steal, personal information.
A new study recently published found that networks and medical devices that are connected to the Internet in places like hospitals and doctor's offices, and in insurance and pharmaceutical companies, are under near-constant cyber assault. In many cases, the...
Scientists discover a new natural sleeping pill for childrenBy Sandeep Godiyal, March 2 2014
(NaturalNews) Having children who develop problems at night can wreck havoc on the sleeping patterns. According to the Canadian Sleep Society, a massive 25 percent of young children have difficulties settling and falling asleep. When they are asked to sleep, they cause a lot disturbance. Research has shown that many parents, especially mothers, are at risk of getting long term insomnia. The worst part is that some of the remedies these parents apply are not as effective as they should. For those...
EFSA pesticide panel infiltrated by industry insiders, according to new reportBy David Gutierrez, March 2 2014
(NaturalNews) A report by Pesticide Action Network (PAN) Europe reveals how the pesticide industry has infiltrated global environmental regulatory bodies and sabotaged efforts to research the chemicals' toxic effects.
The report focuses on the pesticide panel of the European Food Safety Agency (EFSA) and its failure to implement a 2005 order from the European Commission to start investigating the health effects of mixtures of different pesticides, a practice known as cumulative risk assessment...
Why are taxpayers subsidizing bad food choices?By J. D. Heyes, March 2 2014
(NaturalNews) One quick perusal of the recently passed agricultural bill in Congress will show you what is inherently wrong with it: Taxpayers are being forced to heavily subsidize some of the worst crops in terms of our health.
According to The Washington Post's Tamar Haspel, two of those crops -- corn and soy -- are in and of themselves bad enough (the vast majority of both of these crops, for example, are genetically modified strains). But worse, taxpayer subsidies of these crops "facilitate...
Obesity-mortality paradox debunked: Overweight type 2 diabetes patients do NOT survive betterBy Reuben Chow, March 2 2014
(NaturalNews) A recent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine has debunked the findings of some recent studies which suggested that diabetics who were overweight or obese could have lower mortality rates than their normal-weight counterparts.
The study, led by researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health, looked at 2,457 men who took part in the Health Professionals Follow-up Study (HPFS) and 8,970 women who took part in the Brigham and Women's Hospital-based Nurses' Health...
Many hospitals ignore protocols that would prevent infectionsBy PF Louis, March 2 2014
(NaturalNews) With 100,000 Americans a year killed by healthcare-associated infections and adding approximately $33 billion in excess medical costs, you'd think something isn't being done the way it's supposed to be.
And that's a fact, according to the most comprehensive study on hospital infection protection in three decades.
A research group at Columbia School of Nursing surveyed compliance with evidence-based policies for infection prevention in 1,653 intensive care units (ICUs) at 975 hospitals...
Low iron in your blood may increase stroke riskBy J. D. Heyes, March 2 2014
(NaturalNews) New research by scientists in the United Kingdom has found that iron deficiency increases your chance of suffering a stroke by making the blood stickier.
In a study published in the journal PLOS ONE, researchers from the Imperial College London acknowledged previous research which indicated that iron deficiency can be a risk factor for ischemic stroke -- which occurs when small blood clots interrupt blood flow to the brain -- in both adults and children. To find out why, the team...
Neanderthals gave humans the gene for diseaseBy Yanjun, March 2 2014
(NaturalNews) The results of a new study by German and United States researchers showed that there is a genetic connection between Neanderthals and modern humans. This connection could be responsible for something as benign as being able to tolerate cold weather better, or something as sinister as being predisposed to developing type 2 diabetes. In spite of the fact that Neanderthals died out more than 30,000 years ago, their genetic material still thrives in people who live today.
TSA agents strip-search and publicly humiliate cancer patientBy PF Louis, March 2 2014
(NaturalNews) A man's wife wrote up an account of what happened to her and her husband when they attempted to board a flight recently. Her husband is a prostate cancer victim undergoing conventional treatments that usually make things worse.
One of his side issues includes incontinence, or the inability to control one's bladder, resulting in wearing incontinence undergarments that are similar to diapers, just in case. Not the type of thing a grown man looks forward to disclosing.
The wife posted...
Why Bitcoin true believers are still delusional even after the collapse of MtGoxBy Mike Adams, March 1 2014
(NaturalNews) To all those who are still swooned by Bitcoin's false hope, I offer you this letter of compassionate but stern wisdom. My aim is to help you learn from the harsh lessons that have now undeniably unfolded with the bankruptcy of MtGox and help save you from being harmed by similar mistakes in the years ahead.
As we all know by now, nearly half a billion dollars worth of Bitcoins vanished last week as MtGox declared bankruptcy. Currency holdings simply vaporized for 750,000 customers...
Anti-fluoride activists pressure Austin City Council not to renew contractBy Julie Wilson , March 1 2014
(NaturalNews) On February 27, the Austin City Council addressed agenda item no. 19, an action to authorize and award an extending million-dollar contract with Mosaic Crop Nutrition, LLC, the city's hydrofluorosilicic acid supplier.
The Fla.-based company commends itself for being the world's leading supplier of "potash," an alkaline potassium compound, and phosphate, which is mined from nearly 2,000 acres of Mosaic-owned land in central Fla. The silicofluorides used to fluoridate the water are...
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