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It Looks Like Fur Is Toxic as Well as Cruel
Business  (tags: fur is toxic, study, germany, carcinogenic substances, fur linings, children's jackets, business, consumers, money )

Lone
- 162 days ago - peta.org.uk
As if you needed another reason to avoid fur, a new study conducted in Germany has found large quantities of carcinogenic substances in the fur linings of some childrenâEUR(TM)s jackets.
More Superbugs? Despite Warnings, Farm Antibiotic Use Is Rising Worldwide
Business  (tags: disease, illness, investigation, medicine, prevention, news, research, risks, safety, science, study, warning, AlternativeMed, AlternativeMed, drugs, health, healthcare, humans, interesting, ethics, food, health, healthy, greenproducts, organic, Sustainab )

ELIZABETH
- 280 days ago - takepart.com
Overuse of antibiotics in the United States and EuropeâEUR"particularly in animal agricultureâEUR"has led to a severe increase in antibiotic-resistant diseases.
Study: Organic Farming Trumps Conventional Farming
Business  (tags: organic farming, business, money, scientists, research, study, environment, humans, news, consumers )

Carrie
- 383 days ago - modernfarmer.com
A new study indicates that even with the added costs involved, organic farming nets a significantly higher profit for farmers than conventional farming. Of course, that raises the question: why isn't everyone going organic?
Sign Onto EPA PETITION to Ban Pesticide That Harms ChildrenâEUR(TM)s Brains
Business  (tags: protection, humans, healthconditions, environment, society, safety, children, rights, sadness, law, news, interesting, humans, government, ethics, culture, crime, americans, dishonesty, abuse, risks, study, protection, prevention, health, food, corporate )

Robert
- 486 days ago - action.ufw.org
Home use of the pesticide chlorpyrifos was banned over a decade ago because science showed it harms to childrenâEUR(TM)s developing brains and nervous systems âEUR" including reduced IQ and increased risk of autism.
Why Rising Inequality Is Great News: Burman
Business  (tags: inequality, greed, study, oxfam, economy, business, consumers, finance, humans, money, world )

Lone
- 516 days ago - thestar.com
Powerful interests argue that their greed is good. However, a new study by Oxfam shows the income gap is wrecking the economy âEUR" opening the door to overdue change.
TAKE ACTION NOW! Pledge Not to Sell Genetically Modified Salmon at Costco
Business  (tags: food, health, protection, prevention, study, society, marketing, ethics, business, consumers, americans )

Cal
- 844 days ago - change.org
Genetically modified salmon could be approved for human consumption by the FDA this year, despite the fact that industry safety tests show high allergy risks and increased amounts of a growth hormone associated with cancer.
GREAT NEWS GREAT NEWS Maker of Newport Cigarettes Bans Animal Tests
Business  (tags: research, performance, scientists, study, investigation, health, environment, business, animals, world, science, tech, dishonesty, corruption, business, cover-up, abuse, politics, lies, law, GoodNews, ethics, treatment, research, protection, safety, risks )

Kelly
- 849 days ago - peta.org
Lorillard Tobacco Company, the maker of Newport cigarettes and the third-largest manufacturer of cigarettes in the U.S., has issued a new policy banning all animal testing unless such tests become required by federal regulations in the future.
PETA's Cruelty-Free Shopping Guide
Business  (tags: scientists, research, performance, safety, health, habitat, investigation, internet, interesting, study, technology, business, news, animalwelfare, animalcruelty, abused, animalrights, animaladvocates, GoodNews, protection, suffering, safety, violence, wo )

Kelly
- 875 days ago - peta.org
Take PETA's Cruelty-Free Shopping Guide along with you next time you head to the store! Our handy guide will help you find humane products at a glance.
OSHA's Proposed Rule on Recordkeeping Must Move Forward
Business  (tags: congress, americans, abuse, corruption, ethics, government, usa, politics, healthcare, GoodNews, labor, law, business, americans, corporate, warning, study, risks, safety, prevention, protection, health, death )

JL
- 887 days ago - citizenvox.org
The proposed rule amends current reporting requirements to require all workplaces with 250 or more employees to electronically send all of their injury and illness data to OSHA quarterly.
VIRAL ACTION NEEDED USDA: Please Stop Random Source Dog Dealers
Business  (tags: corruption, business, consumers, money, lies, law, dishonesty, americans, abuse, cover-up, treatment, research, safety, science, study, prevention, healthcare, health, food, disease, Body-Mind-Spirit, illness, medicine, nutrition, protection, risks, inves )

Kelly
- 912 days ago - secure.humanesociety.org
Our undercover investigation revealed that Georgia Regents University buys dogs from a random source Class B dealer, Kenneth Schroeder, who obtained multiple dogs from unauthorized sources and has serious animal housing problems, among other violations.
Victory for Rescue Agency Fighting for Olympic Animal Sanctuary Dog
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Kelly
- 917 days ago - examiner.com
Victory for rescue agency fighting for Olympic Animal Sanctuary dog On Friday, a judge in Forks, Wash., determined that Leroy, a dog housed at the Olympic Animal Sanctuary (OAS), should be returned to the Animal Aid and Rescue Foundation.
BPA Sales Are Booming
Business  (tags: food, disease, children, babies, health, ethics, environment, prevention, nutrition, protection, research, risks, safety, science, society, study, warning, investigation, news, government, death, diet, corporate, business, consumers, americans, Entreprene )

JL
- 933 days ago - motherjones.com
The group expects global BPA sales to reach $18.8 billion by 2019, from $13.1 billion in 2012--about a 44 percent jump.
FDA Finally Taking Action on Tainted Jerky Treats
Business  (tags: money, news, politics, society, GoodNews, business, medicine, illness, death, healthcare, health, food, protection, treatment, safety, nutrition, prevention, research, risks, study, warning, investigation, activists, americans, sadness, safety, media, int )

Kelly
- 973 days ago - lifewithdogs.tv
The US Food and Drug Administration is finally doing something about the tainted Chinese-manufactured jerky treats that have killed at least 600 dogs and cats and severely sickened thousands of others.They are asking owners whose pets have been affected
VICTORY Decades-Long Campaign Ends Animal Use at Military Medical School WE HELPED WITH THIS
Business  (tags: VICTORY, our voice was heard, research, treatment, science, safety, prevention, nutrition, protection, study, humans, medicine, violence, safety, sadness, activists, abuse, americans )

Kelly
- 1022 days ago - victoriesfortheanimals.wordpress.com
For more than 20 years, the Physicians Committee has pushed the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences--the country's only military medical school--to stop using animals to train medical students. On Sept. 3, 2013, the university agreed.
Reversing the "IP Ratchet": Global Implications of the U.S. Supreme Court's Ruling in Myriad,
Business  (tags: world, society, news, middle-east, asia, europe, ethics, freedoms, GoodNews, goodnews, government, HumanRights, cancer, death, disease, ethics, health, healthcare, prevention, protection, risks, safety, science, society, study, treatment, warning, medicin )

JL
- 1098 days ago - citizenvox.org
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and European Patent Office (EPO) have been granting patents on isolated human DNA since the early 1980s. Many countries have followed their lead.
 

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