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New Study: Coronavirus Can Live on Frozen Meat, Poultry and Fish for Up to 3 Weeks
New Study: Coronavirus Can Live on Frozen Meat, Poultry and Fish for Up to 3 Weeks
People have been worried about whether or not coronavirus can live on frozen meat and now a new study proves that it can survive for up to three weeks on pork, poultry, and fish in the freezer. This research comes from reputable scientists after Chinese officials connected recent surges in coronavirus cases to imported meat sold at a market in Beijing...
Taking Vitamin D May Protect Against COVID-19 Infection, New Study Finds
Taking Vitamin D May Protect Against COVID-19 Infection, New Study Finds
Low levels of vitamin D are related to COVID-19 infection and hospitalization, a new study out of Israel found. When doctors tested patients for risk factors of COVID-19 infection, one consistent marker was low levels of vitamin D in the blood: Patients at the highest risk for infection and hospitalization also had the lowest blood levels of vitamin D, according to the study of nearly 8,000 people
By Shifting to a Plant-Based Diet We Can Create 19 Million New Jobs, Study Finds
By Shifting to a Plant-Based Diet We Can Create 19 Million New Jobs, Study Finds
If you and everyone you know switches to a mostly plant-based diet, it would not only be healthier for us humans, it would lower our carbon footprint and benefit the climate, and it will create millions of jobs in our economic region over the next 10 years, according to a new study on economic reasons for striving for "net-zero" emissions, that was just released...
Report to USDA: “Americans Should Eat More Plant-Based Foods, Less Sugar”
Report to USDA: “Americans Should Eat More Plant-Based Foods, Less Sugar”
When the USDA releases its recommended dietary guidelines every five years, you can expect a food fight of epic proportions. This year's scientific report–essentially the paper that is submitted to the Secretaries of Agriculture and Health and Human Services in advance of the guidelines–states clearly that we should all be eating more plant-based foods and less added sugar, and do so as if our liv

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