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Bambini liberi dal fumo anche in auto: cosa ne pensa oggi la Bonino ?

L’ignorante Emma Bonino nel 2013 usò vari armi retoriche, sarcasmo, scherno e pregevoli frasi del calibro di “proibizionismo!” e “ma siamo matti ?” (insomma: scemenze) contro il progetto del Ministro della salute Lorenzin, che voleva evitare ai minori il… 246 more words

Leggi E Norme

The Roundup problem: Why it's so hard to pinpoint what causes cancer

Thirty years ago the Environmental Protection Agency warned that glyphosate–the world’s most widely-used herbicide by volume and the active ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup–might cause cancer. The EPA never outright banned or limited its use, though, and six years later, in 1991, it reversed that decision and declared it safe based on a lack of “convincing carcinogenicity evidence.” 1,025 more words

Features

Monsanto Knew of Glyphosate Cancer Link 35 Years Ago

By Sustainable Pulse

According to evidence unearthed from the archives of the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) in the United States, it has been established that Monsanto was fully aware of the potential of glyphosate to cause cancer in mammals as long ago as 1981. 81 more words

Danger

More barriers to be lifted for self-publishing developers

This time it’s the lengthy processes age ratings boards imposed on digital-only content. I provided some brief commentary on what the changes should entail.

Read the full piece here.

Increasing rate of brain tumours in Sweden

Radiofrequency fields emitted from mobile and cordless phones were in May 2011 evaluated to be ’possibly’ carcinogenic to humans, Group 2B, by IARC. This has had little effect on precaution. 91 more words

Cell Phone

Three Lies

It is said that if you repeat a thing often enough people will believe in its veracity.  There are three stances the biotech industry continues to inculcate, only one of which could be true, except that it isn’t.   1,015 more words