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Another Typical Rant

I hate ambiguity for reasons that are both complicated and vague. Certainly, ambiguity has saved many a marriage, although that is not the reason I hate it. 344 more words

Evaluation of cotton waste, paper waste and jatropha cake for culture of Pleurotus sajor-caju under different pasteurization methods - IJAAR

James Chitamba, Marphios Shamuyarira, Farayi Dube, Nhamo Mudada, Stenly Mapurazi

Department of Agronomy, Midlands State University, P. Bag 9055, Gweru, Zimbabwe… 340 more words


Raw Milk Research

This is a different kind of post, as it features a research paper I wrote on an unquestionably controversial topic: raw milk.  Because so much of midwifery care involves proper, intentional nutrition, I find that the raw milk debate is often at the center of such discussions.  1,972 more words

Health Laws

Louis Pasteur, As In Pasteurization, Was Born This Day 135-Years Ago, In France.

by Anura Guruge

Yes, of course, he was considered on the greatest scientist of the 19th century.

In addition to pasteurization, which we come across every time we reach for a contained of milk, he paved the way to much of the ‘ 99 more words

Anura Guruge

Straight, No Chaser: Food Contamination and Protecting Yourself From Foodborne Illness

Those of you who are regular readers of Straight, No Chaser may have heard me say that everything you place in your mouth either harms or helps you. 990 more words

Sterling Medical Advice

Why Organic Milk in the U.S. Last Longer than Regular Milk?

Milk, for most adults, is more of a condiment than a main attraction: half-and-half in coffee, whole milk over cereal, and so on. Since you’re not guzzling glasses of milk like you did when you were 6, keeping it fresher for longer is in your best interest. 569 more words