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disease-producing

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  • With Big Food refusing to play a meaningful role in the overhaul of our disease-producing food system, and federal legislators unable to pass important policies that would help reshape the nation's food environment, Americans have been lulled into a sense of complacency about what we eat.

    Nancy Huehnergarth: Paula Deen at the Crossroads: Punch Line or Role Model?

  • With Big Food refusing to play a meaningful role in the overhaul of our disease-producing food system, and federal legislators unable to pass important policies that would help reshape the nation's food environment, Americans have been lulled into a sense of complacency about what we eat.

    Nancy Huehnergarth: Paula Deen at the Crossroads: Punch Line or Role Model?

  • And so nearly all new cars pulling off America's lots today are powered by oil-burning, climate-changing, Gulf-polluting, asthma and heart disease-producing internal combustion engines; only 2 percent of vehicles sold this year have been hybrids.

    Catherine Lutz: A Triple-Dipping Auto Industry at the Public Buffet

  • I have chosen this one because it refutes, specifically, the claim that an understanding of the evolutionary history of an organism “offers no help to the experimenter–who is concerned, for example, with the goal of finding or synthesizing a new antibiotic, or how it can disable a disease-producing organism”.

    The Panda's Thumb: Arthur Hunt Archives

  • I have chosen this one because it refutes, specifically, the claim that an understanding of the evolutionary history of an organism “offers no help to the experimenter–who is concerned, for example, with the goal of finding or synthesizing a new antibiotic, or how it can disable a disease-producing organism”.

    The Panda's Thumb: Medicine and Evolution Archives

  • Regardless of the verity it holds for explaining biohistory, it offers no help to the experimenter–who is concerned, for example, with the goal of finding or synthesizing a new antibiotic, or how it can disable a disease-producing organism, what dosages are required and which individuals will not tolerate it.

    The Panda's Thumb: Medicine and Evolution Archives

  • And so nearly all new cars pulling off America's lots today are powered by oil-burning, climate-changing, Gulf-polluting, asthma and heart disease-producing internal combustion engines; only 2 percent of vehicles sold this year have been hybrids.

    Catherine Lutz: A Triple-Dipping Auto Industry at the Public Buffet

  • Regardless of the verity it holds for explaining biohistory, it offers no help to the experimenter–who is concerned, for example, with the goal of finding or synthesizing a new antibiotic, or how it can disable a disease-producing organism, what dosages are required and which individuals will not tolerate it.

    The Panda's Thumb: Arthur Hunt Archives

  • A Senate report from 1994 confirms that disease-producing and poisonous materials were exported, under U.S. government license, to Iraq from 1985 to 1988 during the Iran-Iraq war.

    Mike Malloy: Nukes and Missiles and Bombs, oh my!

  • Rumsfeld has always denied he had any connection whatsoever to the sale of "disease-producing" or "poisonous materials" being sold to Iraq or any other country.

    Mike Malloy: Nukes and Missiles and Bombs, oh my!

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