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Are your food choices killing you?

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Scientists, the media and policymakers often make glib connections between certain foods, nutrition and disease. The links are a lot ...
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Is it true there are no long term GMO safety studies?

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Anti-GMO activists call for longer animal feed studies to assess the safety of GMOs. But are longer tests really necessary? ...
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Global hunger challenge requires mix of high-tech, GM and organic methods

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As the world's population booms, solutions are needed to feed an additional 2 billion humans by 2050. Can organic and ...
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Plight of the monarch: Threatened by more than the loss of milkweed food supply

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Anti-GMO critics often blame the herbicide glyphosate for monarch butterfly population declines, as it kills the insect's habitat--weeds. But a ...
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Winemakers abandoning organic status for sustainability, improved taste

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The shift has been more common in France, where wineries have cited concerns about the environment and copper buildup from ...
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20-year GMO report card: Biotech shrinks ag’s ecological impact, increased farm income $167 billion

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Genetic modification has had a dramatic impact on crop production, agricultural sustainability and the economics of farming, in the 26 ...
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What role might genes play in ‘creating’ terrorists?

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As more terrorism sweeps across the globe, scientists begin to look at a biological basis for organized violent behavior ...
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Risky move? Inside look at why Russia has turned against GMOs

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Russia's decision to ban importation and cultivation of GMOs made sense from a political perspective. But it's a decision the ...
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Fake news is nothing new: 6 pseudo-news websites have colored GMO debate for years

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"Fake news" may be new to most people, but not to followers of the anti-GMO debate. Here are some of ...
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Status climb with caution: Social mobility may take a toll on our DNA

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'Moving on up' is a cherished American value (and important in other societies, too). But there could be a cost ...
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CRISPR conundrum: Is there a line between GMOs and ‘natural’ crops when genes are edited?

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New gene-editing techniques like CRISPR can be detected, but can't be distinguished from "natural" genetic changes. Should regulators and the ...
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Patented seeds are not exclusively GMO — They are in the fields of organic farmers, too

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GMO critics demonize the concept of seed patents, equating it with 'Big Ag' and what they see as a takeover ...
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Born killer or normal mind? Genes, brain scans and mental health

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What's a normal mind? Do brain scans provide any insight? The answer is stranger than you think ...
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Worst 10 list: Advocacy groups that put ideology ahead of science on food and farming issues

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Which organizations promote ideology over science in the debate over crop biotechnology? The list includes some of the most well-known ...
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4 human genetics organizations that put ideology ahead of science

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There are legitimate concerns about the rapid pace of genetics research. But some of the most well known groups seen ...
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Cognitive dissonance: Why some people ignore science and reject GMO safety

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Logical, science-based arguments often seem to have no affect on people hardened in their opposition to GMOs. The reasons are ...
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Organic activists claim organic Ruby Red grapefruits and durum wheat are GMOs in disguise

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Last century, a genetic innovation gave a huge boost to agricultural productivity. And, no, it wasn't recombinant DNA. And yes, ...
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Glyphosate found ‘not carcinogenic’: Key European safety agency joins consensus view on herbicide’s safety

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A key European safety agency says glyphosate does not cause cancer, paving the way for the herbicide to regain long-term ...
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Psychotherapy revival: Can “talk” therapy change our brains and genes?

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"Talk therapy" has fallen out of fashion as being more art than science. But new research suggests that psychotherapy may ...
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DNA forensics is not an infallible tool — but not because of science

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DNA has revolutionized how crimes are solved. But blunders by investigators have thrown a cloud over the use of genetic ...
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Myth busting: Is agricultural pesticide use in the US, and its impact, going down or up?

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Anti-GMO groups have shifted their focus from demonizing GMO crops directly to criticizing chemical usage, particularly the herbicide glyphosate, for ...
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Genetics may have played a part in electing Trump president

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Do our genetics influence whether we lean to the political left or right? It's obviously more complicated than that, but ...
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What genetics reveals about traditional Chinese medicine

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Can Chinese medicine impact the human genome, and deliver on its promises? A variety of individual responses to these therapies ...
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Can water protect you from glyphosate ‘poisoning’? Gilles-Eric Séralini’s homeopathy “detox” hoax

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The controversial French scientist fronts for a homeopathy company that has funded much of his research. What does mainstream science ...
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Myth busting on pesticides: Despite demonization, organic farmers widely use them

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Anti-GMO activists like to point to organic food as free of pesticides. They are not, and some chemicals used are ...
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Myth busting on ‘contamination’: GMO farms’ halo effect often protects organic farms

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Some organic farmers worry that their farms can be ‘contaminated’ by modified crops grown nearby. But no organic farmers in ...
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How to save Monarch butterflies? Banning glyphosate and planting milkweeds won’t help

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According to activists, the decline of the Monarch butterfly population is primarily due to the over application of the popular ...
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Anti-GMO activists take page out of anti-chemical and anti-BPA lobby, targeting the ‘black box’ of endocrine disruption

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Anti-GMO activists are taking a page out of the anti-chemical lobby in claiming that genetic modification can disrupt normal endocrine ...