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EPA asks employees in Colorado office not to defecate in the hallwayBy L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, July 3 2014
(NaturalNews) EPA workers at the Region 8 office in Denver, Colorado, might feel a mile high or even think that they're losing their minds after seeing human feces in the hallway of the government building.
According to an internal email obtained by Government Executive, the federal employees have been warned to stop clogging up toilets and defecating in the hallway.
Apparently, an EPA worker has taken his feces out of the bathroom and placed it in the hallway.
Out of insanity? Out of arrogance...
Disease killers: How to avoid sickness and premature deathBy Jonathan Landsman, July 3 2014
(NaturalNews) How long do you expect to live a healthy life? And, more importantly, what is your vision for those years? If you're like most people - you want: lots of love, great health and financial independence. But, in my opinion, optimal health makes everything else possible.
Take control of your health. On the next NaturalNews Talk Hour, Roby Mitchell, M.D. outlines a clear path toward optimal health - which enables us to reach our highest potential. Learn how to improve your energy, balance...
Cognitive mapping and how organic foods make you smarterBy S. D. Wells, July 3 2014
(NaturalNews) A cognitive map is a mental map, model or representation that helps code, store, recall and even decode information regarding attributes of everyday phenomena. This includes metaphorical spatial environment. These maps are also mental representations of physical locations, helping humans and animals find their way by recalling important features, like back-tracking your way out of a maze. They provide insight into worlds where humans have sensory deficits or physical handicaps -- think...
More good news for chocolate eaters - cocoa flavanols lower risk of obesity and diabetesBy John Phillip, July 3 2014
(NaturalNews) It should come as no big surprise to alternative health followers that many foods in their unprocessed form contain a host of protective compounds that have repeatedly been shown to promote human health. Fruits and vegetables contain flavonoids that protect vegetation from disease and pests, and many provide antioxidant support to help prevent a large variety of chronic illnesses when consumed by people. Dark chocolate has received extensive research coverage over the past several years...
U.S. soccer team microchipped by doctors to monitor their movementsBy David Gutierrez, July 3 2014
(NaturalNews) Professional sports teams are increasingly having their athletes wear GPS tracking and monitoring devices as a way to analyze and improve performance and to prevent injury. In what may be one of the first uses of this monitoring technology in the United States, the U.S. World Cup soccer team was recently fitted with matchbox-sized devices that tracked everything from heart rate to minute movements.
Because each sensor contains a GPS device, team doctors are able to precisely record...
Hidden dental cavitations can cause serious illnessBy Michelle Goldstein, July 3 2014
(NaturalNews) A young high school student experienced debilitating symptoms of stomach pain, weight loss, inflammation, fatigue and anemia. A young man experienced a persistent cough and repeated upper respiratory infections. A college freshman struggled with fatigue, bloating and dizziness. A practicing nurse suffered from debilitating rheumatoid arthritis. A college student struggled with symptoms mirroring an unusual autoimmune disorder. Their symptoms were all quite different, but these individuals...
Cover Oregon spending over half a million in tax dollars to give bonuses to employees doing nothing after healthcare exchange failureBy Ethan A. Huff, July 3 2014
(NaturalNews) After spending more than $250 million on a healthcare exchange website that has since been abandoned due to systematic failure, the state of Oregon is now handing out cash bonuses to the employees responsible for the debacle. According to OregonLive.com, government contractors who agree to stick around and essentially do nothing while the site is transitioned over to the federal system will be included in a massive $650,000 divvy to be disbursed in the coming weeks.
Millions of taxpayer...
Cultivate vibrant health and a clear mind with the wisdom of AyurvedaBy Carolanne Wright, July 3 2014
(NaturalNews) The ancient yogis of India recognized long ago that "we are what we eat" and devised a system of guidance to promote the most harmonious state of mind and body. The term "sattva" is the central guiding principle behind a diet which cultivates a sense of love, connection and peace. The foundation of sattva is the idea of non-harming - namely, vegetarianism where food is naturally grown, free of harmful pesticides, chemicals, hormones, irradiation and, in our modern day, GMOs. Meals prepared...
3,000 people expected to sue DuPont for decades-long release of hazardous chemical C8By Jonathan Benson, July 3 2014
(NaturalNews) More than 3,000 individuals are expected to sign onto a massive lawsuit against the DuPont corporation over a toxic chemical linked to thyroid disease and cancer. Commonly known as C8, the chemical perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) was intentionally released by the company into the air and water, say plaintiffs, resulting in tens of thousands of injuries and deaths across West Virginia and Ohio.
The issue stems from DuPont's Washington Works plant in Parkersburg, West Virginia, which...
Medical police state at U.S. immigration camps as doctors threatened with arrest for talking about infectious diseaseBy Mike Adams, July 2 2014
(NaturalNews) The signs of America's plunge into police state insanity just keep coming one after another, and today a de facto medical police state has been declared in government-run immigration refugee camps where infectious disease is running wild.
Many people will not believe the statements contained in this article for the simple reason that they are not intellectually prepared to admit this is happening right now in America. However, this article is well-sourced, and readers are encouraged...
Non-GMO soybean oil announced by Cargill as consumer demand for non-toxic food skyrocketsBy J. D. Heyes, July 2 2014
(NaturalNews) Agri-giant Cargill is responding to market pressure and will be introducing a soybean oil made from identity-preserved (IdP), conventionally bred soybeans (these are non-GMO) for customers who are considering shopping for products with a "non-GMO" sticker on their label.
"Despite the many merits of biotechnology, consumer interest in food and beverage products made from non-GM ingredients is growing, creating opportunities and challenges for food manufacturers and food service operators...
Canadian government asked to distribute radiation pills to residents living near nuclear facilitiesBy David Gutierrez, July 2 2014
(NaturalNews) The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission has recommended that the government issue potassium iodide pills to all people living within 10 km (6 miles) of nuclear power plants, to use in case of a nuclear accident, such as the one suffered by Japan's Fukushima Daiichi plant in 2011.
Following the Fukushima disaster, the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission was directed to draft a report to help Canada make a plan for how it should respond in the case of a similar disaster at one of its...
More than two-thirds of conventional sunscreens contain harmful chemicals: learn how to avoid them this summerBy Ethan A. Huff, July 2 2014
(NaturalNews) It is one of the most pervasively destructive health myths circulating today -- if you don't use sunscreen, your skin will burn and you will get skin cancer! Besides the fallacious nature of this popular claim, the fact of the matter is that many sunscreen products on the market today are inherently dangerous and could cause skin cancer themselves, as well as a host of other serious health problems.
In the 2014 Guide to Sunscreens, recently released by the Environmental Working Group...
Sucralose vs. aspartame: which of these top two artificial sweeteners is the better choice?By Ethan A. Huff, July 2 2014
(NaturalNews) Junk food manufacturers are constantly developing new tactics to capture the public's dollar. The low-fat, sugar-free craze, for instance, has generated a profusion of "diet" junk foods laced with artificial sweetener chemicals like sucralose (Splenda) and aspartame (Equal, NutraSweet), both of which are marketed as safe alternatives to refined sugar. So between sucralose and aspartame, which one is safer and more beneficial for health?
The answer to this question is neither, of...
Top summer superfoods that must be eaten nowBy Dr.Sofiya, July 2 2014
(NaturalNews) The summer months bring a bounty of fresh fruits and vegetables that offer some of the best health benefits. In many areas, the summer time is the only time when these foods are available in their freshest state. By taking advantage of the bounty of goodness offered by these foods, a health-conscious individual can enjoy a fitter, leaner and healthier body.
The many important benefits of blueberries belie their tiny size. Rich in minerals, vitamins and antioxidants,...
Mexican drug cartels using illegal immigration flood as cover to smuggle operatives and hard drugs into the U.SBy J. D. Heyes, July 2 2014
(NaturalNews) As the flood of illegal immigrants continues across the nation's southwestern border, federal agents charged with securing our boundary with Mexico have become increasingly inundated, and some have begun to warn that the situation is becoming dire for a number of reasons.
Border Patrol agent and Laredo (Texas) Border Patrol Union spokesman Hector Garza told Breitbart News Sunday that the current chaos along the border is more than a burgeoning humanitarian crisis; it is a "big time...
Prescription drug use now causing more driving fatalities than alcoholBy L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, July 2 2014
(NaturalNews) According to a study published in the Public Health Reports, driving under the influence of prescription drugs is becoming a large problem in society, causing more fatal driving accidents than ever before.
Today, driving fatalities due to driving under the influence of prescription drugs, including Xanax, Cymbalta, Zoloft, Wellbutrin, Lexapro, Sarafem and Abilify, are surpassing those caused by drunk drivers.
"While we've seen a decrease over the years in motor vehicle fatalities...
BabySafe Project launched to inform pregnant women about the dangers of wireless and cell phone radiationBy Zach C. Miller, July 2 2014
(NaturalNews) Awareness about wireless technology continues to grow every day. There are very real health threats presented by the EMFs emitted by our wireless gadgets as well as from smart meters and related technology. Enter the BabySafe Project, a new public awareness initiative developed by an international group of doctors, scientific experts and non-profit organizations to spread awareness about Wi-Fi dangers to women so they can better protect themselves and their unborn children.
BPA makes breast cancer tumors resistant to chemotherapyBy L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, July 2 2014
(NaturalNews) The sudden diagnosis of cancer, the realization of its presence within, sends a cold paralysis through the mind, down the spine. The presence of cancer does not always mean that the end is imminent; instead, it can serve as an important message to the entire person, signaling for a new course in life.
The diagnosis of new-found cancer cells can immediately burden one's emotions with grief and stress. At this emotional juncture, it's important to turn the pressure around and begin...
Vitamin D supplementation - how will it help me improve my health?By Aurora Geib, July 2 2014
(NaturalNews) Imagine a line stretching across the U.S. from Philadelphia in the East to just north of San Francisco in the West. That's about 40 degrees latitude. If you live north of that line, chances are, you're not getting enough vitamin D. And even if you live in the more southerly latitudes, if you're not getting outside to enjoy the sunshine for at least 15 minutes each day, it's pretty likely you're not getting enough D either. Likewise if you're dark-skinned, overweight or older.
Six little-known natural remedies for tinnitusBy Reuben Chow, July 2 2014
(NaturalNews) Bugged by ringing in your ears? After doctors have ruled out possible serious causes, for example the presence of a tumor, there is really very little else that they can do for you. Whether the sound in your ear is ringing, whistling, clicking or hissing; loud or soft; intermittent or incessant; mildly annoying or downright infuriating, one of the following natural remedies could be the answer you seek.
Some Chinese herbalists recommend the use of sesame seeds for treating...
Continued growth of organic sector protecting bees, improving biodiversityBy Jonathan Benson, July 2 2014
(NaturalNews) The key to effective agriculture that both sustains the environment and provides clean bounty is rich biodiversity. And a new study out of Germany has found that the organic sector is doing it best, utilizing an array of crop and habitat varieties that are helping to improve the land and protect vital pollinators like butterflies and bees.
An international team of scientists from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) looked at farms located in 12 regions throughout Europe and...
Switching to a vegetarian diet can increase longevity by 20 percent and help reduce greenhouse gas emissionsBy Jonathan Benson, July 2 2014
(NaturalNews) Saving the planet and extending one's lifespan in the process could be as simple as switching to a vegetarian diet, according to a new study out of California. Researchers from Loma Linda University say that sticking with fruits, vegetables, beans and nuts rather than meat products may help boost longevity by as much as 20 percent, as well as reduce the greenhouse gas emissions that some say are contributing to climate change.
Published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition...
The VAP test for cardiovascular healthBy Dr. David Jockers, July 2 2014
(NaturalNews) The standard lipid panel is quite limited in the information it can provide. Scientists have been working on developing much more sophisticated tests that provide a deeper level of information on cardiovascular health. The Vertical Auto-Profile (VAP) test is one of the newest and most in-depth tests for heart disease risk.
The standard lipid profile works by spinning blood in a high speed centrifuge to separate the lipids. This test looks at three lipid categories: high density lipoproteins...
Surviving a nuclear catastrophe may soon be easier: Researcher invents formula that blocks radioactive cesium-137 contamination in food and waterBy Mike Adams, July 1 2014
(NaturalNews) An independent food science researcher with a privately-owned atomic spectroscopy laboratory has discovered a dietary formula proven to capture radioactive cesium isotopes in food and water. The formula, called "Cesium Eliminator, Formula 137" has widespread applications for enhancing public safety in the aftermath of nuclear accidents, nuclear terrorism or nuclear war.
Cesium-137 is an extremely dangerous radioactive isotope that quickly contaminates waterways and soils following...
China halts GMO grain imports from the U.SBy J. D. Heyes, July 1 2014
(NaturalNews) The Chinese government has suspended issuance of permits to import American-produced animal feed ingredients made from corn, according to three trading executives who talked of the development with Bloomberg BusinessWeek.
The trio, whose applications were denied, said that effective June 6, U.S. shipments of dried distillers' grains, which are known in the industry as DDGS, can no longer exported into the country because the Chinese government has declared them to have a high risk...
What is MSG? Side effects explainedBy Aurora Geib, July 1 2014
(NaturalNews) Did you know that a substance added to the foods you may be eating every day has been connected to a multitude of physical ailments, including everything from obesity to Alzheimer's? And here's the worst part: The food industry has been aware of this issue for decades yet uses this substance anyway. The troubling ingredient is monosodium glutamate. Read on to learn more about the hidden poison, commonly known as MSG, which may be lurking in your next meal.
What is MSG?MSG...
Environmental impacts of neonicotinoid pesticides are now 'impossible to deny'By David Gutierrez, July 1 2014
(NaturalNews) Evidence that neonicotinoid pesticides are doing severe damage to ecological integrity and bee populations around the world is now "conclusive," according to a review conducted by an international scientific task force.
The threat posed by these pesticides is on the same scale as that once posed by DDT, the researchers said.
As with many pesticides, neonicotinoids were initially promoted as a supposedly safer replacement for older pesticides. Even then, many...
10 Healing herbs and spices for optimum healthBy Sandeep Godiyal, July 1 2014
(NaturalNews) Spices are widely used for increased health and well-being. Young adults, the elderly and anyone who is looking to find a healthier way of living can benefit from using spices when they cook meals. Just adding a few tasty spices to a meal is all that it takes. For those who are not likely to cook, or even learn, this information can still be helpful, as they can give suggestions to others in the home who are more likely to cook.
Environmental harmFor anyone who needs a liver, colon...
NOAA quietly revises website after getting caught in global warming lie, admitting 1936 was hotter than 2012By J. D. Heyes, July 1 2014
(NaturalNews) As global warming and climate change alarmists burn tons of fossil fuel jetting around the world, lecturing people about how burning tons of fossil fuel is destroying our planet, federal government agencies and learned academic institutions are quietly revising previously published data to reflect "an inconvenient truth" -- that, contrary to their earlier claims, the earth is actually getting cooler, and weather is actually getting milder.
One of the most recent examples of this...
Eating food chemicals worsens a smoker's addiction to cigarettes - but there's a solutionBy S. D. Wells, July 1 2014
(NaturalNews) Smokers in general underestimate the power of processed, chemical-laden foods, chemical-laden drinks and chemical-laden personal care products to put their body in an acidic state, which makes them rely on nicotine even more for temporary relief of their "chemical hangover."
When smokers do finally quit, whether by cold turkey in a single day or by means of some program or medication, the number one event that sends a smoker back to the "well" is stress. Hands down, a walloping of...
Causes and symptoms of enzyme depletionBy Derek Henry, July 1 2014
(NaturalNews) Enzymes are substances that make life possible. They are needed for every chemical reaction that takes place in the human body. Without enzymes, not activity at all would take place. Neither vitamins, minerals, nor hormones can do any work without enzymes. This is what makes enzyme depletion especially concerning, and why it needs to stop in the interest of human health.
How enzymes and digestion works The human body makes approximately 22 digestive enzymes, capable of digesting...
Work hours being cut in preparation for Obamacare employer mandateBy J. D. Heyes, July 1 2014
(NaturalNews) Sometimes it isn't fun being right.
Natural News, as well as a precious few other media outlets, have warned for years now that the implementation of a provision of Obamacare that requires employers with more than 50 employees to provide them with costly new health insurance coverage would ultimately cost jobs - at a time when unemployment and underemployment remains historically high.
After the Affordable Care Act was passed in 2010 and the U.S. Supreme Court upheld most of its...
Vitamin D deficiency could be linked to early death, study findsBy Sandeep Godiyal, July 1 2014
(NaturalNews) A lack of vitamin D might be linked to early death. Vitamin D is common in milk, cheese and other dairy products. It is known by most to come from the sun, and getting sunlight is a part of many exercise regimens. The lack of this vitamin may be more detrimental than first noted by scientists. Without it, staying healthy and surviving disease may be more difficult.
In today's marketplace, foods are fortified with vitamin D. Scientists have known that the body needs this vitamin to...
Google Glass wearers can steal your ATM passcode with a glance from 10 feet awayBy Julie Wilson , July 1 2014
(NaturalNews) As privacy continues to dwindle, researchers have discovered yet another form of invasion, and it's a serious one. Personal information in the 20th century is protected by passwords entered into electronic devices, a convenient process that comes at a price.
Already vulnerable to government surveillance sweeps and hackers, your personal information can also be compromised by video-recording devices, one of those being Google Glass.
Researchers at the University of Massachusetts...
Studies show that pomegranates provide many health benefitsBy Michael Ravensthorpe, July 1 2014
(NaturalNews) The pomegranate is one of the world's oldest known fruits and has long been considered a symbol of health and fertility in its native Persia (modern-day Iran). It is also one of the most interesting fruits to consume: After splitting apart the pomegranate's tough outer layer, a complex chamber of red seeds lies before you. These small seeds (and their juice) are the only part of the pomegranate that is edible, but -- as numerous studies prove -- their nutritional value is considerably...
Feds aggressively prosecute family for medical marijuana and insist state laws don't matterBy J. D. Heyes, July 1 2014
(NaturalNews) Shortly after voters in Colorado and Washington approved ballot measures decriminalizing the possession and recreational use of small amounts of marijuana, Natural News editor Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, wrote a piece in which he made a prediction about the federal government's reaction:
"According to President Obama, the federal government rules the nation and can bypass state laws to make arrests of pot users or growers, even when marijuana possession been deemed perfectly legal...
Near-conclusive evidence that Malaysia Airlines MH370 was hijacked: cockpit tampering deliberately hid plane from radarBy Mike Adams, July 1 2014
(NaturalNews) New evidence is now emerging that Malaysia Airlines flight 370 was almost certainly hijacked. This is now readily apparent from the fact that the aircraft cockpit electrical systems were tampered with, reports the Telegraph. (1)
Immediately after the aircraft was hijacked, the persons(s) in control of the flight deck powered down the aircraft's transponder which "squawks" location and altitude details to air traffic controllers. Boeing 777 aircraft electrical systems can be independently...
Whole Foods ripped off customers by over-charging for salad bar; $800,000 settlement reachedBy Julie Wilson , June 30 2014
(NaturalNews) A suit brought by the city attorney's office in Los Angeles, Santa Monica and San Diego, has resulted in Whole Foods being ordered to pay nearly $800,000 in settlement fees. The supermarket specializing in natural and organic foods was accused of charging more than the advertised price for a variety of items, according to a report by San Jose Mercury News.
"The consumer protection case was brought against Whole Foods Market California Inc. and Mrs. Gooch's Natural Food Markets Inc...
Seralini study on GMOs re-published after unprecedented scientific censorshipBy Jonathan Benson, June 30 2014
(NaturalNews) A major victory has been achieved for science with the recent re-publishing of Professor Gilles-Eric Seralini's study on genetically-modified (GM) corn treated with Monsanto's Roundup herbicide. After being forcibly retracted by corporate scientists, Seralini's groundbreaking study will once again appear in the peer-reviewed literature, thanks to the concerted efforts of scientists who support free speech.
The study, which found that both Monsanto's NK603 GM maize variety and Roundup...
Top tasty herbs to manage cancer pain naturallyBy Dr.Sofiya, June 30 2014
(NaturalNews) As if having cancer is not bad enough, there is also a great deal of pain associated with the disease. While this is often not true in the very early stages of the disease -- when it might make it easier to discover the cancer itself -- it is an unfortunate side effect in later stages. It is so bad that managing the pain can quickly become the sole focus of an individual's entire life.
For many people, their first thought when managing the pain is to visit their doctor. Pain medications...
Aversion to GMO foods higher than ever, and growingBy J. D. Heyes, June 30 2014
(NaturalNews) Most likely led by states like Vermont and others pushing for labeling of genetically modified organisms in food, aversion to GMOs in what we buy for our families to eat is now higher than ever, and is continuing to grow.
The drive to eat healthier, followed by parents' growing concerns about feeding GMO foods to their kids, is driving the awareness and antipathy, says the Organic Trade Association in a new report.
"Of all the thoughts that race through the mind of a mom or dad...
Reduce inflammation with the ideal ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acidsBy Dr. David Jockers, June 30 2014
(NaturalNews) Chronic inflammation at the cellular and systemic level is the major underlying factor in all chronic disease. Fatty acids make up the cell membrane and have an intimate role in the hormonal responses throughout the body. The ideal ratio of essential omega-6 to omega-3 fats is critical to cellular health and systemic inflammatory levels.
Various researchers have found that the ideal ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acids is anywhere between 1:1 and 4:1. The average American has...
Infectious disease in flood of undocumented immigrants 'not being taken seriously'By J. D. Heyes, June 30 2014
(NaturalNews) As tens of thousands of migrants and refugees illegally pour across the southwest border they are bringing with them a host of diseases that have long been eradicated in the United States, and that should be worrying Americans.
As Breitbart Texas reported recently, there has already been a confirmed case of H1N1, or Swine Flu, at a facility for younger migrants in San Antonio, but other diseases such as measles, chicken pox and HIV are either here already or are believed to be on...
Study finds link between stress and allergy flare-upsBy Antonia, June 30 2014
(NaturalNews) Allergy sufferers may want to focus on positive thoughts and stress reduction to find relief for their runny noses and itchy, watery eyes.
According to researchers at Ohio State University, there's a link between people's stress levels and bad moods and the frequency of their allergy flare-ups, or flares. (1) In the study, 179 patients were analyzed for three months by experts at the university, 39 percent of whom had more than one allergy flare. This group experienced higher stress...
FCC report reveals which ISPs are ripping you off on internet speedBy PF Louis, June 30 2014
(NaturalNews) Occasionally, a government agency may deliver a somewhat helpful oversight service, at least in terms of consumerism. The FCC (Federal Communications Commission) provides oversight and reports on discrepancies among various ISP (internet service provider) advertised speeds compared to actual speeds and reports them.
Overall, the FCC recently reported that most ISP groups provided at, just below, or just above their advertised speeds. Only a few were considerably off the mark between...
Yogurt buyers beware: Aspartame and artificial colors frequently found in popular yogurts (correction)By Mike Adams, June 30 2014
(NaturalNews) Correction: This article initially identified Yoplait and Great Value yogurts made with aspartame as being labeled "all natural." This information, provided by Food Essentials, was in error. While the products do contain aspartame and artificial colors, they are not labeled "all natural," Natural News has been informed. We regret the error and have corrected the article as now shown below.
If you're buying yogurt sold at the grocery store, watch out for questionable ingredients like...
Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Phoenix and other cities headed for imminent water supply collapse; wave of drought refugees now inevitableBy Mike Adams, June 29 2014
(NaturalNews) One bizarre trait that strongly characterizes modern human civilization is a widespread inability to plan ahead. On every issue imaginable -- debt spending, fossil fuels, health care costs, resource extraction and so on -- our citizens and political leaders demonstrate near-retarded cognitive function by failing to see where their actions might lead. (And it's almost as if they're proud to be so stupid, too.)
There's no better example of this than the city of Las Vegas, Nevada -...
Tighten your belly fat - the five most effective exercisesBy Aurora Geib, June 29 2014
(NaturalNews) The warm weather is here, and if you're like most people, that means you're hoping for a not-too-difficult way to shed some pounds and tighten your belly fat. The good news is, there are plenty of ways to get a better-looking belly without the need for costly equipment or heavy weights -- and you can do these exercises in the comfort and privacy of your own home. Here's the skinny:
When you tighten your belly fat, what you're really doing is tightening your abdominal muscles while...
Tyson Foods dumps more than 18 million pounds of toxic chemicals into America's waterways each yearBy Jonathan Benson, June 29 2014
(NaturalNews) Our most precious natural resource, clean water, is threatened by the continued environmental release of toxic chemicals from heavy industry, which includes the factory food industry. Four of the top 10 worst polluters in the U.S. today, according to a new report, are food manufacturing companies, with chicken giant Tyson Foods topping the list as among the worst, releasing more than 18 million pounds of toxic waste into the nation's waterways annually.
The Environment America Research...
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