Pesticides and food: It’s not a black and white issue

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FIRST ARTICLE: Has pesticide use decreased over the last 40 years?

Articles written for the GLP list the source as Genetic Literacy Project. All other articles were written for the sources noted with excerpts provided by the GLP.
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Why scientists are withdrawing from public conversation on GMOs

Robin Bisson | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Since July, controversy has ...

Gene modification does not destroy ‘natural’ food system, could promote organic farming

Ferris Jabr | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis.  Traditional breeding changes the ...
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Norwegian biosafety report claims scientific concensus on GMOs premature

Nafeez Ahmed | 
A new study commissioned by the Norwegian government, and conducted by a nationally recognised scientific authority on the safety of ...
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In defense of Chipotle: GMOs may be safe to eat but they aren’t safe to grow

Critics of Chipotle’s new GMO-free menu claim the restaurant chain is pandering to paranoia and that GM foods are perfectly ...

Microbiome study allows participants access to own data

Ernesto Ramirez | 
The following excerpts are from Medium reporter Ernesto Ramirez's interview with Stanford University microbiome researcher Les Dethlefsen, whose Dynamics of Human ...
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Is the antibiotics miracle about to end–And to what end?

Maryn McKenna | 
Predictions that we might sacrifice the antibiotic miracle have been around almost as long as the drugs themselves. Penicillin was ...

Cult of ‘natural’ opposes modernity

Sumantra Maitra, Mitchell Blatt | 
The idea of genes being crossed from different species into another — the “Frankenfood” myth—may sound strange and “unnatural” when it is ...

For hypersomniacs, no amount of sleep is enough

Virginia Hughes | 
For most teenagers, getting out of bed in the morning is a drag. But when Lloyd Johnson was 13 years ...

Privacy concerns raised by use of consumer genomics data in pharmaceutical research

Eric Topol | 
The largest single repository of human genetic data in the world is not at any university, research institute, or pharmaceutical ...
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Science fiction meets Julia Child: An elegant cookbook for lab-grown meats

Benjamin Aldes Wurgaft | 
Although they've not yet hit the market, a Dutch art collective has created the definitive volume on how to cook ...
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AUDIO: Yale neurologist Steven Novella challenges fears of GMOs, industrial agriculture

Steven Novella | 
For Medium's Inquiring Minds, Indre Viskontas spoke with Dr. Steven Novella, a neurologist at Yale University. Novella is a prominent voice ...
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