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10 hrs ago | American Thinker
Having screwed up restaurants and bars so badly that it seeks to repeal a new 2014 law that is generating plastic refuse for the state's landfills, the California state legislature is contemplating new regulatory legislation in the name of reducing plastic waste going to landfills.
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15 hrs ago | Trinidad Guardian
T&T imports 113 tonnes of tilapia yearly. And a large portion of the imported tilapia comes from China, where concerns have been raised by the US that some farmers are feeding the farm-raised fish faeces from chicken, pig and geese.
19 hrs ago | Fauquier.com
The Environmental Protection Agency is touting work on Carter Run as an example of a successful water cleanup effort.
23 hrs ago | CiteULike
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The question led to the 12-year-old to her project's hypothesis for the annual Santa Cruz County Science & Engineering Fair on Saturday at the county fairgrounds.
About 8.7 million pounds were shipped during 2013 by Rancho Feeding Corp. of Petaluma, Calif.
Taking your shoes off before you come inside may decrease your risk of catching viruses.
Public health departments nationwide are already feeling the strain from budget cuts.
A new study found more than 80 percent of raw chicken used in hospitals in food for patients and staff was contaminated with a form of antibiotic resistant bacteria called extended-spectrum beta-lactamase producing E. coli.
The next time you find yourself lost in the woods with no clean drinking water , the nearest pine tree may save your life.
James Blaha, who became the city's first full-time public health officer in 1979 and then took over as head of the Manitowoc County Health Department in 1995, is retiring today.
ENVIRONMENTAL health inspectors immediately shut down a Wigan takeaway after finding a dead rat wedged between two freezers used to store food.
Our intestines harbor an astronomical number of bacteria, around 100 times the number of cells in our body, known as the gut microbiota.
David Watson, a senior biology student at Metro State, measures the water flow of Bear Creek during a water quality testing project on Feb. 28, 2014, in Sheridan,.
A new report by MIT researchers suggests that if you run out of drinking water in the woods, all you need to do is to break off a branch from the nearest pine tree .
Why high-pressure processing ? The answer is simple: post-package food-safety assurance and competitive advantage through the ability to offer long shelf life and clean-label products.