An undercover investigation by the Humane Society of the United States has revealed what the animal rights group describes as "shocking" conditions at...
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Last week, I met an extraordinary eighth grader from Henderson, Nevada.
Rylee Gustafson may be only 13 years old, but she got excused from school to...
Weekly Pulse: Rotten Eggs, Drowsy Doctors, and Expensive
Insuranceby Lindsay Beyerstein, Media Consortium blogger
Tainted egg shell game The Iowa chap...
As massive food safety outbreaks become more common, everyday Americans are starting to take a closer look at what they eat and how it's made.
One would not normally expect anything of value to come out of rotten eggs. The case of the tainted Iowan shell eggs may well be the exception.
The assurances from the egg industry that its operators maintain safe and clean facilities, treat animals humanely, and do it all at low cost are a charade. The eggs may seem cheap, but the costs are passed on in terms of health costs.
The CDC says that 200 cases of salmonella eggs were reported weekly in recent months around the country. So why is this only now being reported?
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