Year 12 | 01 April 2020 | TO ENTER | TO REGISTER


FDA warns consumers not to use muscle growth product

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is advising consumers to immediately stop using a product called Mass Destruction, marketed as a dietary supplement for muscle growth. The product is labeled to contain at least one synthetic anabolic steroid and has been linked to at least one reported serious illness

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Sexual risk lower among U.S. gay and bisexual men who accurately know their HIV status

A new analysis of data from 20 major U.S. cities reveals continued signs of sexual risk among gay and bisexual men, but shows dramatically lower sexual risk among those who accurately know their HIV status

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Mercury levels in women drop

Data suggest women making more informed seafood choices. Do not eat shark, swordfish, king mackerel or tilefish because they have high levels of mercury

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International Olive Council campaign to promote olive oil and table olives begins in Brazil

The activities planned in Brazil’s top cities – São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte, Salvador and Porto Alegre – under the campaign slogan of Vai com tudo o que é bom

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Schoolers smoke flavored little cigars or flavored cigarettes

The health consequences of tobacco use include heart disease, multiple types of cancer, pulmonary disease, adverse reproductive effects, and the exacerbation of chronic health conditions

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The Argentinian wine boom has been an impressive story

Innovation and market diversification to drive Argentinian growth. Wine production costs have increased as much as 100% over the last four years

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WTO opens country of origin labelling dispute

Canada maintains that the U.S. has failed to bring its COOL measure into conformity with its WTO obligations. It believes that the recent amendments to the COOL regulations will further hinder the ability of Canadian cattle and hog producers to freely compete in the U.S.

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Links between chemical exposure and health outcomes in Maine fire fighters

Fire fighters have high rates of many types of cancers including four types that are thought to be related to their occupational exposure to carcinogens

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