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“The 3 Key Reasons For Labeling GMOs” definitively answers the GMO labeling question, launching in tandem with an International GMO Label Photo Sharing Campaign Phoenix,
Blog conference features 25 contributors and 5 toolkits to raise awareness of weight bias and weight stigma and promote personal advocacy.
NTI Data Products, one of America's oldest industrial labeling solution providers, today announced their new zero-risk order policy: "Guaranteed Satisfaction - Or Replaced, On Us."
Millenials are narcissistic, scientists are geeky, and men like sports — or so cultural stereotypes would have us believe.
Informative webinar will focus on translating current business drivers and challenges within the global drug product labeling domain into a set of opportunities and next-generation operating models
A new study suggests that high-status female college students employ "slut discourse" — defining their styles of femininity and approaches to sexuality as classy rather than trashy or slutty — to assert class advantage and put themselves in a position where they can enjoy sexual exploration with few social consequences.
Passionate P-touch Users ? Including a Wedding Planner, Maple Sugar Maker, and Professional Organizer Barbara Reich ? Tell Their Unique and Inventive Organization Stories BRIDGEWATER,
NORFOLK, Va., Jan. 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Each Jan.
Federal legislation encouraging the study of drugs in pediatric patients has resulted in very few labeling changes that include new infant information.
From how we think ourselves into eating more to how male dominant behavior affects woman's math performance, check out new research in our journals this month.
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