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11 Coffee Myths You Should Stop Believing Immediately

Edited post via Thrillist 
By Jeremy Glass (@candyandpizza)

It can be hard to enjoy your morning coffee when there are so many myths surrounding what’s in your cup floating around. 811 more words

Coffee

My Wishlist for the New Head of IARC

As the WHO begins its search for a new International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) Director as Christopher Wild suddenly cut his second term short, it would be a good opportunity to use this period to reflect on the value of the agency and how to repair the crisis that has stricken it. 1,364 more words

Activist Science

IARCgate: Six Reasons Why IARC's Head, Christopher Wild, must be Fired

IARC, the International Agency for Research on Cancer, is a mighty battleship ready to wage war against any government agency, company or science communicator that gets in its way. 3,511 more words

NGO Lobbying

Carey Gillam: A Rachel Carson for our Time?

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As the glyphosate lobbying process enters its final month, the American carpetbaggers are showing up and showing off quite frequently in Brussels.  1,461 more words

Agriculture

Five countries have banned glyphosate in the wake of recent lawsuits

Note glyphosate’s in more than just Roundup, NZ’s favourite spray for just about everything, edges, roadsides, footpaths, schools, even their veggie gardens before replant! Nary a thought to WHO’s decision it’s ‘probably carcinogenic’. 420 more words

News

Sackville deputy mayor urges more restrictions on glyphosate to protect health

Sackville’s Deputy Mayor is expected to propose a resolution at next week’s Town Council meeting urging the province to impose further restrictions on the herbicide glyphosate, sprayed by forestry companies to kill unwanted hardwoods and by farmers to get rid of weeds. 351 more words

Town Of Sackville

Bacon Causes Cancer. Fact.

Hey,

Firstly, let me start by saying that Cancer is something that is a horrible disease.  I am sure many of us have been touched by it at some point.   1,584 more words

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