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Dark web scam: Here is why you shouldn’t source your vaccine from the internet

Dark web scam: Here is why you shouldn’t source your vaccine from the internet

Stephen Gandel | 
Sellers on 15 different "dark web" marketplaces have dispersed hundreds of doses of what they allege are COVID-19 vaccines, according ...
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Lawyer in glyphosate-cancer suit arrested for alleged $200 million extortion plot against unnamed chemical company

Kristopher Brooks | 
Law enforcement officials have arrested a Virginia lawyer involved in litigation over the health risks of Monsanto’s Roundup weed killer ...
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Genetics pioneer George Church on support for human gene editing: As long as it’s open to everyone—rich or poor

Brit Farmer | 
Is it ethical to genetically engineer people? Leading geneticist George Church spends a lot of time thinking about the answer ...
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Are plant-based proteins ‘meat’? Dueling food companies face off over labeling rules

Sarah Min | 
A fierce constitutional fight is under way over how to label “veggie bacon” and other food items that use meat ...
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Video: Can we keep this parasitic, bee-killing mite out of the US?

Linh Bui, Samuel Ramsey | 
“Bees are not just an incredibly charismatic insect, they’re also incredibly vital to our way of life as human beings,” ...
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With Burger King plant-based whopper available nationwide, meatless meat ‘here to stay’

Sarah Min | 
Gone are the days when vegan meat was derided as tasteless — a sacrifice vegetarians made in service of a ...
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Built for success: Nigerian football players benefit vastly from their genes, culture, brains

Dennis Dodd | 
[In the eyes of Bobby Burton, who has been covering college football recruiting for more than 20 years, Nigerian players ...

Alzheimer’s may be problem of accessing memories, not of storing memories

The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Researchers at MIT may ...

Questionable genetic test marketing comes at expense of patients’ health and safety

Jim Axelrod | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. An average of eight ...

Artificial skin that ‘feels’ adds new layer to prosthetics

Amy Norton | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis.  In a step toward ...

More premature infants surviving thanks to improving postnatal care

Bianca Seidman | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis.  Elise Jackson was 20 ...

Screening for rare disorder saves couple from second childbirth nightmare

Katy Walsh | 
A Colorado couple has two healthy children thanks to sophisticated genetic screening. They were able to choose disease-free embryos over ...

Will glowing plants replace electrical lights in the future?

When it gets dark, we use streetlights to light our way, but what if we could replace them with a ...
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