April 05, 2020

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Michelle Obama Takes On Food Deserts (VIDEO)

The White House blog just released a new video of Michelle Obama talking about the her goal of eliminating "food deserts" which are...

Matt Morris on Haiti, helping others, and spreading awareness

Matt Morris meets with Causecast for an exclusive interview about his efforts to spread awareness about the current state of Haiti.

The Growing Solution to Urban Food Deserts

This story examines the link between health disparities in communities of color and access to fresh healthy food. Thanks to U.S.C Health Broadcast...

Make the Market Work for Health Care

Repealing antitrust exemption is the necessary first step to restore competition to the health insurance market.

A Federal Effort to Push Junk Food out of Schools

New legislation seeks to address childhood obesity concerns.

Haiti: A Miracle Rescue Keeps Unrealistic Hopes Alive

The remarkable rescue of 24-year-old Wismond Exantus Jean-Pierre on Jan. 23, 11 days after the roof of the Napoli Inn fell on him...

Alternative Use of the Week from AltUse.com

AltUse Tip for the Week of January 25, 2010. Give yourself an aspirin facial for aging skin or to eliminate acne. Visit AltUse.com...

Industrial Chemicals Lurking In Your Bloodstream

It is worried that the chemical might have subtle but deleterious effects on the neurological and reproductive development of kids

Study Finds Monsanto's GMO Corn Causes Cancer in Mammals

Researchers link organ damage with consumption of Monsanto's GM maize.

Pressure Rises to Stop Antibiotics in Agriculture

Overuse of antibiotics in humans and animals has led to plague of drug-resistant infections.



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