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Toxic Chemicals in Your Mac and Cheese

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This is what passes for logic at the FDA…

The agency bans a group of harmful chemicals from toddlers’ toys—but allows the very same toxins to be added to one of kids’ favorite foods.

Two million boxes of macaroni and cheese are sold every day. And that little bag of cheese powder you mix with the noodles is filled with compounds called phthalates.

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Chondroitin Works as Well as Drugs to Stop Knee Pain, Study Shows

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The conventional medication for knee pain is a deal with the devil.

Most of the nearly 50 million Americans with painful knees have osteoarthritis. And the drug of choice is celecoxib. It is one of the world’s biggest-selling pain relievers. Its main draw is that it is non-addicting.1

But as we’ve told you, celecoxib, sold under the brand name Celebrex, increases the risk of heart attack, strokes, and death by 37%.

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These 13 States Have a Potent Carcinogen in Their Water

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Is there cancer in your drinking water?

That’s a question all Americans should be asking after a shocking new water-quality report. It reveals a contamination problem so widespread that the danger could far surpass the terrible water crisis in Flint, Michigan.1

The study found a chemical called 1,2,3-trichloropropane (TCP) in water supplies throughout the country. It is a powerful carcinogen.

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Why You Probably Don’t Need Daily Aspirin for Your Heart

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Millions of people take a daily low-dose aspirin to prevent a heart attack. But a major new study shows it does more harm than good for most of them.

University of Florida researchers tracked more than 33,000 people diagnosed with atherosclerosis. This is hardening of the arteries. It can lead to a blood clot, which in turn can cause a heart attack or stroke.

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