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In-N-Out Still Peddles Obesity to Kids

Vegparadise Blog | October 7, 2013

Read More: childhood obesity, Cover to Cover Reading Program, hamburger, In-N-Out Burger, library awards, library reading programs, obesity crisis, reading incentive

In this era where so many kids and families struggle with obesity, it is unconscionable for a library to offer any kind of food as a reading incentive and act as an advertising agent for a food company. It is......

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Why is it Legal to Sell Unsafe Meat?

Michael Greger MD | August 23, 2012 | Health

Read More: CDC, chicken, fecal bacteria, fecal contamination, foodborne illness, hamburger, industry influence, meat, poultry, salmonella

Most of the U.S. population suffers an acute diarrheal illness every year. According to a recent survey, most people correctly identified food as the most common source of infection, but fewer than half (45%) believed it legal for grocery stores......

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Supreme Court case: meat industry sues to keep downed animals in food supply

Michael Greger MD | November 3, 2011 | Health

Read More: American Meat Institute, anthrax, campylobacter, cows, dairy, downed animals, downers, e. coli, Federal School Lunch Program, ground beef, hamburger, Humane Society of the United States, livestock, mad cow disease, meat, meat industry, National Meat Association, pigs, public health, Salmonella, sheep, soy, swine flu, USDA

This week I participated in a press briefing to discuss National Meat Association v. Harris, a case appearing before the Supreme Court next week. The meat industry is trying to overturn a California law meant to keep "downed" animals--those......

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How much pus is there in milk?

Michael Greger MD | September 8, 2011 | Health

Read More: dairy, dairy cows, hamburger, iodine, lameness, mastitis, pus

In the new NutritionFacts.org video-of-the-day today, I note that the antiseptics used to disinfect cow teats can provide a source of iodine, but have been found to boost the level of pus in the milk of cows with staph-infected......