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Nutella Argues Its Spread Is Way Too Perfect to Cause Cancer
It’s pushing back against the EU’s claim that palm oil is “potentially carcinogenic.”
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Your Prosecco Habit Might Be Giving Italians Asthma
Vineyards’ neighbors claim heavy pesticide use is taking a “dire toll” on heath.
Grim New Study Links a ‘Common’ Food Additive to Cancer
Emulsifiers used to extend shelf life can “promote colorectal cancer” in mice.
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Alcohol’s Health Benefits May Be ‘Grossly Oversold’ by Industry-Funded Research
Experts claim that argument “has really fallen apart in the last couple years.”
Here’s Another Horrible Health Issue Linked to Soda
People who drink two or more sodas a day are nearly twice as likely to get biliary-tract cancer.
Extra-Depressing New Study Links Carbs to Lung Cancer
The risk could jump 50 percent.
Scientists Say There’s a Food Preservative That Kills Cancer
It’s often added to cheese and processed meats.
Turns Out Pizza-Delivery Boxes Might Contain Toxic Chemicals
The FDA plans to ban three kinds of common materials.
Good News: Cooking Meat on Low Heat May Reduce Cancer Risk
Baking and slow-cooking to the rescue.
Eating Grilled Meat May Cause Cancer
Now doctors are tying all grilled meat to kidney cancer.
World Health Organization Says Processed Meat Causes Cancer
Per the group, it’s now officially as carcinogenic as cigarettes.
Scientists Say There’s a Link Between Drinking Orange Juice and Getting
A new study discovered a 36 percent higher risk of melanoma in frequent citrus eaters.
Slaughterhouse Owners Allegedly Ordered Employees to Process Meat From
They allegedly put healthy heads on diseased cattle to fool inspectors.
The Chain Gang
Jack in the Box Says It Sourced Meat From Now-Closed Meat Company
The chain says food safety is not a concern.
California Slaughterhouse Allegedly Sold Meat From Cancer-Stricken Cows
“Because the carcass looked good, [Rancho] mixed it back in with other beef that it sold under its label.”
Study Links BPA Chemical to Child Obesity
But that doesn’t mean it’s a cause.
Foodies With Benefits
Alex’s Lemonade Honoring Team Vetri at Saturday’s Lemon Ball
Last year alone, Vetri and his team raised more than $1 million for the childhood cancer foundation.
The New Philadelphia Wholesale Produce Market Is, Like, Totally Chill; Grey
Plus: Strawberries might cause cancer; and Lily Allen’s got to have her In-N-Out burger, all in our morning news roundup.