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  1. Will GMOs Hurt My Body? The Public’s Concerns and How ...

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    Aug 10, 2015 · by Megan L. Norris Summary: As the prevalence of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) continues to rise, there has been an increasing public interest for information concerning the safety of these products. Concerns generally focus on how the GMO may affect the environment or how it may affect the consumer. One specific concern is the possibility for GMOs to negatively affect human health ...

  2. Natural GMO? Sweet Potato Genetically Modified 8,000 Years ...

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    May 05, 2015 · Sweet Potato Genetically Modified 8,000 Years Ago : Goats and Soda People have been farming — and eating — a GMO for thousands of years without knowing it. Scientists have found genes from ...

  3. TOP 10 CONSUMER QUESTIONS ABOUT GMOS,ANSWERED.

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    TOP 10 CONSUMER QUESTIONS ABOUT GMOS,ANSWERED. GMO Answers and the Council for Biotechnology Information conducted a nationwide survey to answer consumers’ most pressing questions about genetically modified organisms (GMOs). We compiled the top 10 questions and reached out to scientists, farmers, economists and other experts to provide answers.

  4. "New wave" of GMOs: pink pineapples, purple tomatoes

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    WASHINGTON (AP) — With recent government approval of potatoes that don't bruise and apples that don't brown, a new generation of genetically modified foods is headed to grocery shelves. What could be next? Cancer-fighting pink pineapples, heart-healthy purple tomatoes and less fatty vegetable oils, among other products, could receive government approval in the coming years. The companies and ...

  5. FDA approves genetically engineered potatoes, apples as safe

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    The approval covers six varieties of potatoes by Boise, Idaho-based J. R. Simplot Co. and two varieties of apples from the Canadian company Okanagan Specialty Fruits Inc. Genetically modified organisms, or GMOs, refers to food grown from seeds that are genetically engineered in a lab.

  6. Arpad Pusztai and the Risks of Genetic Engineering

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    Jun 01, 2009 · Pusztai conducted feeding studies on rats and found that the potatoes damaged the animals' gut, other organs, and immune system. In 1998, Pusztai expressed his concerns about GM foods on a British television program and was promptly suspended and forced to retire from his position. Dr.

  7. Petition · Tell the EPA NO Genetically Modified Mosquitoes ...

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    Now, the hot potato has passed to the EPA and Oxitec is at it again. This profit driven biotech company wants to release more than 50 million GMO mosquitoes per week into Florida and Texas. These GMO mosquitoes could pose major risks to fragile ecosystems like the Florida Keys and Texas and may pose risks to public health and safety.

  8. Would You Put the Genetically Modified Arctic Apple in Your ...

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    Nov 22, 2017 · The letters G-M-O don’t appear anywhere on the bag. Instead, in accordance with a 2016 GMO food labeling law, there’s a QR code, which you can scan with a smartphone to get more information ...

  9. Study linking GM maize to cancer must be taken seriously by ...

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    Sep 28, 2012 · The study was designed to produce exactly what was observed," said Dr Bruce Chassy, professor emeritus of food science at the University of Illinois, who has worked as a consultant for GM ...

  10. Research Indicates That GMO Could Be a Cause of Infertility

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    Dec 27, 2018 · One of the few long-terms studies (there are not many long-term studies done on GMO foods) showed that mice fed GMO corn over a period of 20 weeks had greatly impaired fertility compared to the mice fed non-GMO corn. In addition, the offspring of the GMO mice also suffered from lower fertility rates.