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Old Sat, Sep-22-18, 06:16
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Funny way to end an article about evidence that gluten might be harmful during pregnancy.

Correlation is not causation is true. That doesn't mean it's not evidence, it means that it's not proof.

There's also the question of whether not eating gluten is a radical change to the diet. A lot of people have traditionally eaten a radical, wheat-free diet...


Less than this and headlines scream RED MEAT KILLS.

I think one of the problems moving forward is this:

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Weed-killing chemical linked to cancer found in some children's breakfast foods

A new report found glyphosate, a weed-killing chemical that some health authorities link to cancer, in a number of popular breakfast foods and cereals marketed to children. The study by the non-profit Environmental Working Group (EWG) discovered trace amounts of the most widely used herbicide in the country in oats, granolas and snack bars. Thirty-one out of 45 tested products had levels higher than what some scientists consider safe for children.


And you know what Agent Orange defoliant did in Vietnam. This has a similar action on leaves. Maybe on people, too?
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There is a tv ad that runs here trolling for people that had a specific cancer and had used Round up---my impression is that there is no question this chemical can cause cancer.
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There is a tv ad that runs here trolling for people that had a specific cancer and had used Round up---my impression is that there is no question this chemical can cause cancer.


A groundskeeper for a golf course in California just won a big settlement. Juries seem to agree.
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Old Sat, Sep-22-18, 08:47
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When are we going to wake up...?
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