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  1. Antibiotic-Resistant "Superbugs" in Meat | NutritionFacts.org

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    Antibiotic-Resistant “Superbugs” in Meat Written By Michael Greger M.D. FACLM on March 10th, 2016 As a rule, “high-ranking public-health officials try to avoid apocalyptic descriptors.

  2. Jan 27, 2020 · The list includes nuts, berries, fish, and eggs, all of which a person can easily add to their diet. This article identifies the 15 most healthful foods based on recent research.

  3. Alarming Levels of Glyphosate Contamination Found in Popular ...

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    “The information gathered by this glyphosate food testing project is very timely and provides valuable information for consumers, elected officials and scientists, like myself, in evaluating the toxicity of real world levels of exposure to this most widely used pesticide,” Antoniou continued.

  4. Jul 25, 2016 · The problem isn't replacing "engineered via slow selection" corn vs "efficiently GMO'ed corn". The problem is replacing over 300 unique varieties of corn, and over 40,000 unique varieties of rice with 3 or 4 patented, flavourless, often less nutritious varieties. Stop pretending all opponents of GMO food are scientifically illiterate new-age types.

  5. Why we need to label GMOs – Mark Lynas

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    Oct 15, 2013 · I like Clyde Davies’s suggestion of a QR code. The corresponding webpage would list GMO information, but also geographic origin, along with information about animal rights, employee rights, food miles, CO2 emmissions, religious rituals (kosher & halal), and other factors associated with all aspects of the food’s production.

  6. Social issues and GM crops: View as single page

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    Mar 01, 2020 · The issue of global food security is at the heart of many of the ethical issues related to GM technology. United Nations population scientists estimate that the world's population will increase by 2 billion over the next 30 years, posing huge challenges for global food production. More than 842 million people are currently chronically hungry.

  7. The Full Monty by GMO Pundit: Analysis of Pusztai Study on GM ...

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    Feb 28, 2006 · When Irish farmers lived on potatoes alone, which most of them did during an unfortunate time, it's estimated that the average hard-working, physical-laboring potato farmer had to consume 12-18 lbs. of potatoes daily merely to supply the necessary calories. And potatoes alone are a vastly impoverished diet, I don't care how much of them you eat.

  8. The troubled institution of science | Climate Etc.

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    Jul 15, 2016 · ‘nothing but’ may be a bit strong, but the admission of the political influence is an area of agreement. Wonder how this fits in with ‘the troubled institution of science’ when the ‘greatest minds’ are admittedly said to be ‘influence-able’ when reporting on the greatest issue facing mankind.

  9. GMO labeling | Science Policy For All

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    The weeks following the Brexit yielded an atmosphere of chaos for British politicians, citizens and scientists as the world came to grips with what an EU exit would do for the economy and everyday lives of those in the UK. Scientists in the UK are especially anxious following the Brexit, as researchers have much at stake with a split from the EU.

  10. Genetic Modification News Articles - Want to know

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    Genetic Modification news articles: Concise excerpts from highly revealing major media news articles on genetically modified organisms suggest major cover-up. Links provided to originals for verification.