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Tag: WHO

Sanders advocates for equity in pandemic response, presses for fair pricing...

Economic parity in health emergence: Sanders' rallying cry for global equity in WHO pandemic accord.

Aspartame carries potential risk of cancer in humans, new study

Starting this month, IARC will list the artificial sweetener as "possibly carcinogenic to humans" for the first time.

WHO finds violence against women ‘remains devastatingly pervasive,’ affecting 1 in...

"Violence against women is endemic in every country and culture, causing harm to millions of women and their families, and has been exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic."

Calling Covid-19 crisis a ‘wake-up call,’ WHO experts warn next pandemic...

“This pandemic has been very severe... it has affected every corner of this planet. But this is not necessarily the big one.”

Monsanto calls for investigation into WHO agency for ignoring Monsanto-funded studies

Glyphosate-based “Roundup” herbicide is probably the most controversial product of Monsanto, one of the world’s most controversial companies. With EU renewal of glyphosate’s license pending, Monsanto is going after the WHO agency that linked the herbicide to cancer in humans.

WHO Announces Processed Meat Causes Cancer

According to the World Health Organization, it now classifies processed meats as a major cause of cancer, alongside cigarettes. Will this newest development encourage Americans to cutback on their meat intake?

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