Fish and Seafood – Still Healthy to Eat?

Gulf oil spill will have a major impact on the fish and seafood industry. The Gulf oil spill has been ongoing for several weeks now, and it is already having an impact on this country's fish and seafood industry. The federal government has banned fishing across 62,000 square miles of federal waters across the Gulf. That means that fish and seafood is becoming more scarce, and the prices for what is available is going up. Crab is up to $40 a bushel and shrimp has gone from $4.50 to $8.95 a pound. And that is just the beginning. Prices will continue to rise, in supermarkets, fish markets, and restaurants to try to offset the rising costs. Eating healthy fish and seafood will become much harder for the average middle-class American. And just how healthy will the fish and seafood be in the months and years to come? People are already getting worried about contamination in the fish. How is it going to play out in the near and distant future?

14th Sep
Dead Fish

Eczema Linked to Food Allergies

Eczema, or Atopic Dermatitis is an inflammatory skin condition affecting one in three of us at some point in our lives.

30th Aug

Genetically Modified Food: The Benefits and the Risks

Genetically modified foods or GM foods for short, also go under many different names, including transgenic food, genetically engineered food or biotech food.

30th Aug
GM Food

The Benefits of Farmer’s Markets for Organic Fruit and Vegetables

Farmer's markets offer fabulous opportunities to buy and sell organic fruit and vegetables.

23rd Aug
Farmers market