The report mentions that there is a "battery of rigorous biological tests" which boil down to "can we kill a rat with this?"
I'll be eating my cantaloupe and thanking all my fellow Mainers for making it really cheap by avoiding it. I don't know about the spinach dip, but mostly because I'm not sure what spinach dip is.
without large scale studies the FDA is simply trying to calm consumers.
We need to move forward with the idea of an educated consumer who can discuss alternatives with his or her doctor and receive an open-minded, educated response.
it's expensive, and shingles isn't that common. Still, if it does happen it would be extremely painful. And there's that post-neuralgia thing. Yeah, the vaccine didn't seem to help with that.
estimated that the average exposure of the population of the Unites States from weapons testing would be fifty three millirems, not the one mrem estimated by the EPA. I'm feeling a little paranoia, are you?
"Odor" turns out to be a nice way of saying "contamination by highly volatile organic compounds with no known human safety data."
I am curious as to why the Navy style insignia as opposed to another branch of the armed forces.
Homeopathic substances in the 3 to 6x range still contain measurable amounts of the substance
the average person has no idea that when you fully hydrogenate a fat like canola oil, you make it into lard