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Undocumented immigrants are proud and loud now with their demands
Topic - Brian Dunning
The nation's leading group of pediatric doctors on Monday questioned the nutritional benefits of products of the booming $30 billion organic foods industry, raising doubts about the superiority of organic offerings for the second time in the past month.
"It's not like you're pouring cyanide all over the field," he said. "So what's poisonous to a weed is not poisonous to a human. They target different things."
But Mr. Dunning said the fertilizers and pesticides farms use in conventional fruits, vegetables and meats are not designed to harm humans.