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Russia plans own organic food certification
The Moscow Times
A trained eye is needed to locate organic foodstuffs on the shelves of Russian supermarkets. Only about 0.2 percent of all food consumed in Russia, a country of 143 million people, may be considered organic, according to the recently registered National Union of Organic Products Manufacturers and Consumers. The union estimates the value of organic products consumed annually in the country at around $150 million, of which imported foodstuffs are worth between $120 and $130 million.
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Environmental group finds toxic chemicals in university promotional items
Capital News Service
Michigan might be a divided house when it comes to college sports but the in-state rivalry might be more toxic than fans know. Both University of Michigan and Michigan State University fan gear contained varying levels of potentially toxic chemicals, according to a recent study by the Ecology Center, an Ann Arbor-based nonprofit environmental organization.
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Could it be your thyroid?
Nourish Holistic Nutrition
Most of us think of the thyroid as the gland that regulates metabolism and controls body temperature but the thyroid also helps maintain physiological well-being, regulates energy levels and is crucial to a healthy immune system.
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Organic foods and beverages market analysis and segment forecasts to 2020
Grand View Research
Global market for organic foods and beverages is expected to reach $211.44 billion by 2020, growing at a CAGR of 15.7 percent from 2014 to 2020. Growing consumer awareness regarding the impact of inorganic farming on human health is expected to remain a key market driver for organic foods and beverages over the next six years.
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Study finds stem cell combination therapy improves traumatic brain injury outcomes
University of South Florida via Medical Xpress
Traumatic brain injuries, sustained by close to 2 million Americans annually, including military personnel, are debilitating and devastating for patients and their families. Regardless of severity, those with TBI can suffer a range of motor, behavioral, intellectual and cognitive disabilities over the short or long term. Sadly, clinical treatments for TBI are few and largely ineffective.
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Colon cancer deaths drop
The Boston Globe
Deaths from colorectal cancer — the third biggest cancer killer — have dropped 3 percent a year from 2001 to 2010 thanks in large part to an increase in screening among Americans over age 50 and better treatments. Fewer Americans are also getting diagnosed with the cancer these days because colonoscopies can snip out precancerous polyps before they turn malignant.
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House nudging forward with autism insurance mandate
Topeka Capital Journal
The House overwhelmingly advanced a bill containing a mandate that insurance companies operating in Kansas include in health policies the diagnosis and treatment of autistic children.
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Senate bill aims to help veterans with traumatic brain injury
Oklahoma's veterans who are battling serious brain injuries might soon be able to get free treatment. The State Senate has approved a bill that would provide Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for free to any veteran who has been diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury. Some medical experts agree that the procedure has proven to be very effective, and veterans are eager to receive any help they can get in their recovery.
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