natural chemicals

Ocean Spray, the company that makes several popular cranberry juice drinks, is battling a class-action lawsuit brought by two plaintiffs who claim to be representing just about every living, breathing human in the United States1.
It's no secret that when it comes to science that I rank the Environmental Working Group (EWG) somewhere between plankton and pubic lice on the pro-science food chain. But life is not static and sometimes adjustments need be made.
The focus of the ACSH holiday menu is on "carcinogens," defined here a
Winston-Salem Journal journalist Richard Craver consults American Council on Science and Health Senior Director of Medicine and Public Health Dr. Gil Ross on harm reduction.
Dr. Josh Bloom on Science 2.0, July 14, 2014.
Chemicals pervade all aspects of our daily lives independent of the setting.
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