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Multiple Poisoning. Glyphosate and Roundup

By Dr. Mae-Wan Ho and Brett Cherry Scientists were able to establish how very low concentrations of the herbicide and other chemicals present in the formulations of the Roundup line cause the death of human cells, thus strengthening the claim of its progressive withdrawal of the market, and an immediate ban on any new releases of GM Roundup-tolerant crops.
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They create rings for soda cans that marine animals can safely eat

The problem with today's rings is the same as that of any other type of plastic, especially if it reaches the sea. However, it also has the aggravation that its structure causes many species such as seagulls or turtles to become entangled in it. Saltwater Brewery has had an idea, which is to replace those plastic rings with a material made from vegetable fibers and solid by-products generated by the brewing itself.
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Edible glasses to take care of the environment

Some people wonder why we use materials for a few hours that we then throw away and take hundreds of years to decompose. They are the ones who dared to give life to developments that intend to replace PET plastic, for example, as a bottle container made from algae in Iceland, or an edible and biodegradable bag created in London.
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These natural pain relievers will ease your headache

Not all headaches are the same, their origins may be different. The main thing is to know its cause, in order to carry out an effective natural treatment. Feverfew Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) is par excellence the preventive plant of migraine due to its antispasmodic and anti-inflammatory action.
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More than 100 Nobel laureates support GMOs and charge against Greenpeace

Now, 110 Nobel laureates in Medicine, Physics or Chemistry have taken a stand by signing a tough letter calling on Greenpeace and governments around the world to abandon their opposition and their campaigns against genetically modified organisms. Specifically, the text - which was presented on Thursday - attacks the environmental organization and demands that it end its campaign to prevent the cultivation of golden rice, a transgenic variety modified to reduce the vitamin A deficit and that, according to the letter of the Nobel, has the potential to "reduce or eliminate many of the deaths and illnesses caused by deficiency of this vitamin."
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Cancer in Córdoba: intensely agricultural areas have higher mortality

The Marcos Juárez, Presidente Roque Sáenz Peña, Unión and San Justo departments register the highest rates. The data come from the Report on Cancer in the Province of Córdoba 2004-2009. While in the city of Córdoba 134.8 people die from cancer per 100,000 inhabitants per year, in four departments of the eastern province, which coincide with the most intensively agricultural area of ​​the Province, the rate is significantly higher and oscillates between 216 and 229 annual deaths per 100,000 inhabitants.
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