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Organically Grown Foods May Offer Greater Health and Safety than Foods Conventionally Grown

Scientists have long recognized the dangers of cadmium (Cd) exposure to the human body. Now, an invited commentary, place this finding in the context of the growing epidemiology linking Cd exposure to adverse health outcomes, and conclude that consistent consumption of organic foods over a lifetime could be expected to favorably influence health and mortality risk.

Lothian cohort corrected

A positive attitude to ageing

Susan Shenkin 12 September 2014

The September International Psychogeriatrics Article of the Month is entitled ‘Life course influences of physical and cognitive function and personality…

Ben Jonson Online

Introducing Ben Jonson Online

Linda Bennett 24 September 2014

The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Ben Jonson is now available as an online resource collection. 
The first release of the online version of The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Ben Jonson…