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Salmon Fish Benefits: Which Kind Is Better?

...tly, its protein. A study compared the benefits of farmed (mostly Atlantic salmon) and wild salmon fish// (m... to risks (non-carcinogenic and carcinogenic) than farmed Atlantic salmon as a group. However, the study found some subgroups of farmed salmon offer the same ...

Salmon's own diet sure to affect yours

... has sparked new fears over the safety of Scottish farmed salmon by warning people that they should eat no m... Researchers found that the contaminant levels in farmed salmon from certain regions of the world increased the risk of cancer enough to outweigh its coronar...

With a healthy heart stick to the wild salmon

...isease is a risk factor wild salmon is better than farmed salmon // . The reasoning put forth is that although farmed salmon is richer in omega 3 fatty acids it also has a large amount of chemical contaminants. These...

Deer once again in trouble, due to deer disease!

... in areas where the disease has been found. Even farmed animals have been found to be infected with the disease. So it is time to take notice and act!...

Poultry Sales In EU Countries Show Recovery

...n to record presence of the deadly H5N1 virus in a farmed animal, while other European countries have documented the disease in wild birds. With a ban on poultry import imposed in France by over 50 different countries owing to bird flu threat, and a bird flu outbreak at a farm in Turkey, sales in France ...

Novel Vitamin D source in Mushrooms!

...f UV exposure can enhance the blandest and whitest farmed mushrooms the Vitamin D. The Food and Drug Administration proposed study is being funded by industry. This would be an answer to the concern with the vitamin deficiency. It would be both cheap and widely available.The encouraging part is that the o...

Viral Haemorrhagic Septicaemia Attack On Farmed Trout

...sh island of Gigha also experienced this before on farmed turbot in 1994, industry officials says there is no harm to human beings. The chairman of the British Trout Association, Nick Read, says that it is an very bad news since Yorkshire plays a main role in trout culture (having hatcheries and growing y...

Prion Disease Agent Causes Heart Damage

...e abnormal protein has been found in both wild and farmed animals. Scientists now know that humans who eat meat from BSE-infected cattle may be susceptible to the prion disease new variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob. There are now more than 140 such cases. This incurable disease is named after a similar condition ...

Mystery of the dead crocodiles solved

...nd.// Eye and throat disease had killed the young farmed crocodiles at four of the Top End's five crocodile farms in recent past weeks. Veterinary pathologist Dr Ian Jerrett said, "Preliminary data suggests the unusually cold dry season and exposure of hatchlings to older disease-carrying crocodiles are ...

Link between Fish and Mammal Immune Systems Revealed by Killer B cells

...ltural implication. The current vaccines given to farmed salmon, for example, appeal to the fish's adaptive immune response, which this research has now shown to be a smaller part of the overall fish immune system than previously thought. "If we work to create vaccines that encourage phagocytic B cell to ...

Fear Of Cancer Due To Duck Egg Contamination In China

...therwise. In US, artificial red colors are used in farmed salmon and in China, where Food is one of its biggest industry accounting to an annual output of 1.6 trillion yuan, consumers are finding problems with eating with so many contamination issues like parasite-infested snails, pork tainted with weight-l...

Malaria-curing Herb Must Be Carefully Farmed - WHO

...nnua (sweet wormwood) shrub must be more carefully farmed to meet a growing global demand and to keep fakes off the market, the United Nations agency said. Chinese herbalists have used leaves from the shrub to treat malaria for centuries. It is now widely regarded as the best drug to treat the disease. ...

US to Detain Seafood Imports from China

...g Administration said it would block the import of farmed Chinese seafood until importers could prove the sh...al production and 55 percent of the total value of farmed seafood exported around the world. China is currently the third largest exporter of seafood to the...

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