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Have a Happy (Non-GMO) Thanksgiving
Looking to keep genetically modified organisms (GMOs) out of your grocery cart and off your Thanksgiving table?
This graphic, from the Non-GMO Project, shows which common Thanksgiving menu items are at risk for being genetically modified and how to find easy alternatives.
Visit EcoWatch’s GMO page for more related news on this topic.
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Non-perishable foods, such as canned goods and dried fruit, have a long shelf life and don't require refrigeration to keep them from spoiling. Instead, they can be stored at room temperature, such as in a pantry or cabinet.
By Julia Ries
- Two flu strains are overlapping each other this flu season.
- This means you can get sick twice from different flu strains.
- While the flu vaccine isn't a perfect match, it's the best defense against the flu.
To say this flu season has been abnormal is an understatement.