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Salty Chicken Doesn't Fly: New Survey Reveals Shoppers Feel Deceived By 'Natural' Labeling of Saltwater-Injected Poultry

Foster Farms maintains commitment to 100% Natural and launches new consumer awareness campaign exploring economic and health impact of 'plumped' chicken LIVINGSTON, Calif., May 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Amidst an increasing national focus on sodium as a critical health issue, West Coast poultry prod...

Top UHW-W Officers Violated Federal Law, Deceived Members in Diverting Millions in Dues Money to Outside Fund

SEIU filing lawsuit today to ensure return of members' money to UHW-W treasury from outside fund WASHINGTON, April 29 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Ten top officers of SEIU local union United Healthcare Workers West (UHW-W) violated federal law and deceived their members when they authorized ...

AIDS Patients Deceived By Private Health Care System In China

Alarming reports of AIDS patients being robbed off their pockets to pay for expensive anti-HIV medication, only reflect a commercial shift in the service based health care system, // believed to prevail once upon a time in China. Cai had no AIDS related symptoms when she was admitted to the...

Hollow mask illusion fails to fool schizophrenia patients

...NeuroImage . The findings shed light on why cannabis users may also be less deceived by the illusion whilst on the drug. People with schizophrenia, a mental...fects, have found that people under the influence of cannabis are also less deceived by the hollow mask illusion. It may be that THC causes a temporary "disconn...

Minorities Distrust Medical System More

...cal system, which leads to delays in screening for breast cancer, new research shows. Almost half of all women agreed that they had "sometimes been deceived or misled by health-care organizations." Eighteen percent strongly agreed with the statement. On another gauge of mistrust, 39 percent of black wom...

Building trust, increasing awareness among minorities

...dealing with health care organizations," Williams said. Nearly half (49 percent) of women agreed with the statement, "patients have sometimes been deceived or misled by health care organizations." Thirty-nine percent of African-American women did not trust health care organizations to keep their informati...

Coca-Cola Sued Over Deceptive VitaminWater Claims

...rake & Kallas, LLC ("WDK"), Reese Richman LLP, and the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI). The complaint alleges that Coca-Cola deceived consumers by marketing VitaminWater as a healthy alternative to soft drinks formulated to provide a host of health benefits including reducing the ris...

Philip Morris International Caught in Philippines in Another Concert Sponsorship

...es government authorities to take action against any violation of the tobacco regulation law. "Eraserheads members should not allow themselves to be deceived by Philip Morris and should protect their fans from this devious marketing ploy. Considered one of the most influential bands in the Philippines, Eras...

PHA Commends House Passage of Tobacco Legislation

...inistration (FDA) the authority to regulate tobacco products. For decades the tobacco companies have marketed their deadly products to our children, deceived consumers about the harm their products cause, and failed to take any meaningful action to make their products less harmful or less addictive. Today's...

APHA Urges House to Protect Health of Americans by Passing Tobacco Legislation

...ts remain virtually unregulated. Despite decades of evidence of their damage, tobacco companies have marketed their deadly products to our children, deceived consumers about the harm their products cause, and failed to take any meaningful action to make their products less harmful or less addictive. The Fam...
Deceived in Biological News

The PIN codes of the immune system can be hacked

... Simulate how the immune system defends itself from disease. The neural network models also indicate that the immune system protects itself from being deceived by microorganisms, by using ingenious PIN code-like mechanisms. Every human being has its own unique immune system PIN code, so that even if e.g. a vi...

What the eye doesn't see

... The first experimental evidence that birds can be deceived by camouflage in the same way that humans are deceived, is published today in Nature [3 March 2005]. The idea that bold contrasting colours help to...

Computers to be used to find blueprint for new influenza drug

...part of the protective coating around the cells in our throats that the flu virus first attacks when a person becomes infected. The flu virus would be deceived into attacking the drug, called an inhibitor, instead of the cells. The three-year project will be largely carried out by examining the behaviour o...
Deceived in Biological Technology

TDS warns of continuing "Vishing" attempts

.... Jeff Bentoff, a spokesman for AT&T Wisconsin , said his company appreciates TDS' efforts to help consumers and businesses avoid being slammed or deceived by the unethical business practices of suspicious marketers. He said AT&T would join TDS in cautioning potential victims to be on the lookout for frau...
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