July 18, 2019

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Can We Feed 9.6 Billion by 2050?

Hunger is the most pressing issue we face: 1 in 8 people suffer from undernourishment caused by food scarcity (FAO). 3p examines.

One Person in India Dies from Cancer Every 50 Seconds

The country is home to 17% of the global population but suffers from 21% of the disease burden, WHO states. Article/Photo:Bloomberg.

The Battle for Containing Fukushima Radioactive Waste Is Drowning

Water has overflowed at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. TEPCO is attempting to discern the quality of the water. RT.com.

It Takes a Village: One Health Center's Approach to Chronic Disease Management

CVS Caremark is working to help those affected by chronic disease - even in remote locations like West Hawaii. Eileen Howard Boone reports...

Will McDonald's New Menu Help it Become a Millennial-Friendly?

McDonald's made an important step toward a new 2.0 version, a Millennial-friendly food chain that makes healthy food more abundant. 3p.

Just What Is In That Chicken Nugget?

Researchers found that less than half of what made up a chicken nugget was actually chicken meat. MSN Science & Technology.

Sustainability of Our Global Food System Depends on Us

Yes, we can have a sustainable global food system. Monaem Ben Lellahom counts the ways on Talkback.

Is Local Food Healthier?

Local food is often healthier than foods grown on large industrial farms, because local produce is picked and eaten at peak freshness.

Fake Food: Tech Companies Working to Recreate Protein

Chicken and eggs made from plants, meat made in petri dishes - Silicon Valley startups innovating for sustainable food. GuardianSustBiz.

The Food We Eat May Not Be Providing the Nutrients We Need

We are sacrificing flavor and nutrients for appearance and transport ease. Judith Schwartz, Guardian, reports why we need a debate on quality.




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