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Ruptured Water Main in Antioch Causes Property Damage and Mold Concerns
Ruptured Water Main in Antioch Causes Property Damage and Mold Concerns
4/25/2016 9:51:44 AM
In March, the  East Bay Times  published a report about water damage to a shopping center in Antioch, California. The damage was caused by a 10” water main that was accidently broken by contractors digging nearby. According to the article, several businesses sustained damage as water and debris entered the shopping center.   Water incursions, whether due to a broken water …
USDA Sued for Corporate Hijack of Organic Industry Governing Board Watchdog: Business Executives Appointed to Seats Congress Reserved for Farmers
4/19/2016 4:19:08 PM
The Cornucopia Institute has filed a lawsuit challenging the USDA’s appointment of non-farmers to positions reserved by Congress for organic farmers on the National Organic Standards Board (NOSB).  The NOSB is a 15-member citizens’ board established by Congress to determine what synthetic materials are safe and appropriate for use in organic food and agriculture, and to …
Report Exposes Food Industry Cover-up Toxic, Carcinogenic, Degraded Carrageenan
4/19/2016 8:52:13 AM
A just-issued report by The Cornucopia Institute summarizes research on the common food additive carrageenan, exposing the industry’s hidden data demonstrating that all food-grade carrageenan contains a carcinogenic contaminant—low molecular weight poligeenan.   Carrageenan, harvested from specific species of red seaweed, is a highly effective thickener/stabilizer found in …
Dangerous Bacteria known as CRE Discovered in California Sewage Plant
Dangerous Bacteria known as CRE Discovered in California Sewage Plant
4/5/2016 11:57:29 AM
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reportedly found difficult to treat bacteria in a sewage plant in the Los Angeles area earlier in March. The superbug is known as carbapenem-resistant  Enterobacteriaceae  (CRE). CRE are resistant to many antibiotics, making them difficult to treat. CRE infections are common in hospitals, nursing homes or other healthcare …

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