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Viewpoint: Pesticide residues on food could be 100,000 times higher—and still wouldn’t harm your health

Seattle Times | 
The idea that “nonorganic” produce, typically referred to as “conventional” produce, is unsafe to eat is pervasive, and it largely ...
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Nutrigenomics v Nutrigenetics: Using gene-diet interactions to tailor personal health regimens

[Editor’s note: Carrie Dennett, MPH, RDN, CD, is the nutrition columnist for The Seattle Times and speaks frequently on nutrition-related ...