Health Commissioner Going After Salt

The city's health commissioner, Dr. Thomas Frieden, is now waging a war against salt. After that, puppies.
[NY Times]

A Newcastle University study finds that cows that are given names and treated with a "personal touch' produce more milk. No word yet on girlfriends.
[The Guardian]

As the recession leads consumers to cut costs, they're having to reconsider how important eating organic really is to them.

Federal officials say the Georgia peanut plant linked to the salmonella outbreak knowingly shipped contaminated PB a dozen times in the past two years.
[Washington Post]

Researchers claim that high fructose corn syrup and foods containing it were found to contain mercury, and that the FDA ignored the findings.

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