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iEat Green Returns From Slow Food Nations; Chef Rene Rodriquez from Peru’s Sacred Valley, Joins Bhavani on PRN!

Hi All, I am just returning from a 4 day weekend in Denver, CO, where myself and other members of the Slow Food Community from the USA and around the world, convened for Slow Food Nations, which was a weekend of … Read More

In The News: Students Push for Halal and Kosher Food at NYC Public Schools; Organic Milk Has A Longer Shelf-Life; Fall Planting

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 Students Push for Halal and Kosher Food at NYC Public Schools Senior leaders and students from Khan’s Tutorial, a NYC-based tutoring group which aims to educate individuals and groups at affordable prices, rallied together in front of City Hall to tell lawmakers what impact food has … Read More

In the News: Study Finds Your Body Fights to Add Weight After Weight Loss; Students in Hawaii Recover Food and Donate to the Homeless; The Vegan Burger For Meat Eaters

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Study Finds Your Body Fights to Add Weight After Weight Loss The world is facing an obesity epidemic, and many people who diet and gain back weight blame themselves for lack of self-control or not exercising enough. A new study … Read More

In The News: Officials Cover Up Dangers of HPV Vaccine Declares Scientist; What’s New in the Dietary Guidelines; Obama Declares Emergency in Flint as Water Crisis Continues

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Officials Cover Up Dangers of HPV Vaccine Declares Scientist Dr. Sin Hang Lee, MD, Director, Milford Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory, has submitted an official, open-letter complaint to the Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO), Dr. Margaret Chan, alleging gross misconduct, … Read More

In The News: Short Answers to Hard Questions About Climate Change; Carbon Tax for Steak May Be the Best Way to Get People to Eat Less Meat; Scientists Just Genetically Modified a Mosquito to Be Malaria Resistant

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Short Answers to Hard Questions About Climate Change I know climate change can be complicated. There is a lot of science involved, and if you’re not a scientist, it can be confusing. So here is your cheat sheet to climate … Read More


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