Powered by Podbean.com Download this episode (right click and save) Deborah gives you the news about a Trauma dog joining police and Cats rule, dogs drool, at least when they drink. Are your pets left or right pawed? Deborah explains how you can test them. Dena Harris, author of ‘Who …
November 16, 2010
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Powered by Podbean.com Download this episode (right click and save) Going up? Columbia University professor of microbiology and public health, Dr. Dickson Despommier is a visionary who developed the concept of vertical farming. Author of a new book, THE VERTICAL FARM: Feeding the world in the 21st Century, Dr. Despommier …
A new television ad campaign featuring the family members of 9/11 victims has succeeded in garnering what 9/11 activists have lacked for years: serious treatment in the mainstream media.
Granted, that media was Fox News host Geraldo Rivera, who in a former iteration ran a Jerry Springer-like daytime talk show. That and, the last time Rupert Murdoch’s conservative-tilted television channel seriously talked about issues pertaining to 9/11, they were calling for a public official’s resignation over a signature on one of the “9/11 truth” petitions.
Almost 15% of US households experienced a food shortage at some point in 2009, a government report has found.
US authorities say that figure is the highest they have seen since they began collecting data in the 1990s, and a slight increase over 2008 levels.
Now that President Obama is almost celebrating his bipartisan willingness to renew the tax cuts for the super-rich enacted under George Bush ten years ago, it is time for Democrats to ask themselves how strongly they are willing to oppose an administration that looks like Bush-Cheney III. Is this what they expected by Mr. Obamas promise to rise above partisan politics by ruling on behalf of Wall Street, now that it is the major campaign backer of both parties?
The White House garden may be green and unsullied by agricultural chemicals, but Obama’s United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) just forked over $180,000 to fund an agribusiness-backed smear campaign against the Environmental Working Group’s (EWG) “Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides,” which includes the “Dirty Dozen,” a list of the foods most commonly found to have pesticide residue.
The troposphere, the lower part of the atmosphere closest to the Earth, is warming and this warming is broadly consistent with both theoretical expectations and climate models, according to a new scientific study that reviews the history of understanding of temperature changes and their causes in this key atmospheric layer.
At one point we almost lost
Last week we told you about the threat posed by Sen. Leahy
A brand new bill has just been introduced in the Senate. It
The widely used chemical bisphenol A (BPA) is an estrogen-mimicker. Some 200 animal studies have suggested that the substance is very harmful. Over 90 percent of Americans show some BPA in their body burden.
The FDA Food Modernization Act (S. 510), also referred to as the Food Safety bill, has been modified to exempt dietary supplements from language that otherwise creates a slippery slope toward U.S. harmonization with Codex Alimentarius. ANH-USA worked to protect the natural health community from this dangerous provision that threatened access to high quality, therapeutic supplement doses by working with key senators to modify the language, now for the second time.