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Common denominator in GMO corn and ‘natural’ quinoa: Both produce pesticides

Sarah Schultz | 
I feel that one of the most highly misunderstood things about genetically modified organisms (GMOs) is the insect-resistant trait that ...

If activists really want to avoid GMOs, everyday life would shut down

Sarah Schultz | 
Since 89% of all corn produced in the United States is genetically engineered, if activists were truly committed to their cause, maybe ...

Nurse-mom endorses non-browning GM apples, provokes torrent of criticism

Studies have found that children are more likely to eat sliced fruit than whole fruit. But like many mothers, Sarah, ...

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