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Published: Wednesday, Sept. 26 2012 2:34 p.m. MDT

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Aggielove
Cache county, USA

Let's be honest.
Do we really care?
Who wants to live to be 120 anyway.

DN Subscriber
Cottonwood Heights, UT

As former Surgeon General Jocelyn Elders said "We're all going to die of something anyway."

The "environmental and consumer" groups depend on creating fear in order to get more funding, and harmless trace amounts of substances are portrayed as imminent life-ending dangers demanding immediate action.

Just an Observer
Salt Lake City, UT

Although I prefer to have no arsenic or other chemicals in my food, I will frankly continue to eat the rice cakes and brown rice that I consume more of lately in lieu of other, more processed, foods. I am certainly in better health for doing so. It could also well be that by being in better health to begin with because of better diet, I am better able to deal with problems far down the road. But if not, at least I will have been much healthier for those many years.

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