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  1. Genetically Modified Foods: Pros, cons & how to avoid them In the past few years, growing research into genetically modified organisms (GMOs) has revealed two ugly truths: GMOs are more widespread than we thought, and they are more harmful than we thought.

  2. Aug 24, 2014 · Change (and specifically, unnatural change) can be good. For example, cleaning and cooking our food may not be natural but it is beneficial. The Cons. Studies have shown that genetically modified corn and soy fed to rats led to a higher risk of them developing liver and kidney problems.

  3. Pros and Cons of Genetically Modified Mosquitoes The fight against mosquitoes has been waging since the dawn of humankind. In fact, these pests are often considered the top natural enemy of humans, since they’re a vector species for a number of fatal diseases.

  4. Pros & Cons of Genetically Modified Organisms. Genetically Modified Organisms or GMOs is not a new term for general public, it has been now 30 years since GMOs commercialized and now become part of our daily life, from food to medicine there are dozens of products where has been modified to get more effective results from them.

  5. Pros: Cons: Faster Growth Rate Animals and plants can be genetically modified to promptly mature.For example, crops can be engineered to increase crop yield. There are crops being engineered to survive unfavorable conditions such as high heat or low light.

  6. Cons: -It is unethical. -Some food companies have refused to use meat or milk that is from genetically engineered animals. -Some consumers are complaining that the animal drug rules do not regulate genetically modified animals properly. -This process is potentially dangerous and can be very harmful. -When engineering animals the natural ...

  7. To come up with a good idea whether GMOs are generally beneficial to society or not, it is best to have an in-depth look into their pros and cons. List of Pros of Genetically Modified Foods. 1. They offer better overall quality and taste. By modifying food, its flavors can be enhanced. For instance, corn can become sweeter and pepper can become ...