The use of recycled materials, such as flexible polyurethane foam, can pose a risk to human and environmental health due to the accumulation of flame retardants.
Leading health systems urge food producers, manufacturers, and supply chain to offer more sustainably raised meat and poultry products, starting with those raised without routine antibiotics.
Stacia Clinton, the national director of the Healthy Food in Health Care program discusses innovations and improvements in hospital food as a guest on Radio Times, a call-in show of Philadelphia's NPR affiliate WHYY.
A new report from the Center for Biological Diversity highlights the flawed pesticide approval system of the EPA which does not adequately consider toxic synergistic combinations.
The demand for poultry raised without routine antibiotics could be approaching critical mass according to industry experts. Health care’s purchasing power could help tip the scale.