Genetic Literacy Project’s Top 6 Stories for the Week – May 22, 2017


  1. Activists claim that without long-term studies, GMOs cannot be considered safe: What does science say? | Jon Entine
  2. Colon cancer rates spiking among millennials, but no one knows whyBen Locwin
  3. Cesarean section: How this booming birth procedure influences human evolution | David Warmflash
  4. Environmental health: Study linking chemicals and pollution to increased cancers misses mark | Geoffrey Kabat
  5. Epigenetics Around the Web: Integrative medicine physicians and new book ‘Born Anxious’ fail Epigenetics 101 | Nicholas Staropoli
  6. European Commission: Scientists find neonicotinoids don’t harm bees, restrictions hurt farmers—but support permanent ban | Henry Miller

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