March 30, 2020 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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The Peanut Solution

An easy-to-produce paste may help cure worldwide malnutrition. But who owns the recipe?

EPA clears Lincoln Park school area in air pollution risk

Industrial air pollution outside a school in Chicago's Lincoln Park neighborhood is well below levels that are considered unhealthy, officials announced Wednesday...

Pancreatic cancers use fructose, common in the Western diet, to fuel their growth

First time a link has been shown between high fructose corn syrup and cancer proliferation.

Toxic Chemicals In Beauty and Household Products (PHOTOS)

Toxic chemicals have infiltrated most facets of our lives. They are in everything from our toothpaste and favorite soap to our national parks...

10 nutrition powerhouses for kids

It's a fact of life: Chips, cupcakes, and lots of other not-so-nutritionally noble foods are going to find their way into your child's...

How Supermarkets Could Fight Obesity

The fact is that most purchase decisions are made while in the act of shopping.

Are Cells the New Cigarettes?

San Francisco becomes first city to pass legislation making cellphone retailers display radiation levels.

U.S. scores dead last again in healthcare study

Americans spend twice as much on healthcare, but get lower quality, less efficiency and have least equitable system.

Boats recalled in oil cleanup after crew members fall ill

More than 100 commercial vessels have been pulled from the waters off Louisiana after nine people involved in oil cleanup operations reported feeling...

How Chocolate Baby Formula Highlights the Need for a Food Revolution

Have you noticed? A food revolution has begun -- with the goal of making our food and agriculture systems better for us, better...



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