Quit Smoking Efforts Aim to Combat Cancer Risks Worldwide

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Cigarette smoking is the primary cause of major health concerns such as cancer. According to the World Health Organization, the use of tobacco accounts for 25% of all cancer deaths around the globe. The National Institutes of Health notes that inhaling dangerous chemicals and carcinogens found in cigarettes can damage a cell’s DNA and lead […]

Cargill commits to WHO’s REPLACE initiative to reduce iTFA

Cargill, a US-based food and beverage company, has announced its commitment to remove iTFAs from its entire global edible oils portfolio. This helps both Cargill and its customers comply with the World Health Organization’s (WHO) recommended standard of a maximum two grams of industrially produced trans-fatty acids (iTFA) per 100 grams fats/oils by the end […]