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Viewpoint: Gene editing in agriculture shouldn’t be regulated, whether applied to crops or animals

CRISPR has changed the way alterations are made; so in the past year the FDA clarified their position, any intentional ...
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Viewpoint: Anti-biotech activists don’t understand the difference between GMOs and CRISPR crops

CRISPR-Cas9 may genetically modify a crop, but it doesn’t necessarily result in a genetically modified organism, the dreaded GMO. To ...
Viewpoint: No, the placebo effect is not increasing, but bedside manners do impact perceived drug efficacy

Viewpoint: No, the placebo effect is not increasing, but bedside manners do impact perceived drug efficacy

[A] new article, published in Psychology Today, purports that the “Placebo Effect is Growing.” In the author’s words, “Over the ...
Viewpoint: Newsweek's surprisingly unscientific view of the genetics of obesity

Viewpoint: Newsweek’s surprisingly unscientific view of the genetics of obesity

[Editor's note: Dr. Charles Dinerstein is a retired vascular surgeon.] In a nod to science, Newsweek reported that there might be genetic underpinnings ...
Viewpoint: Politico  exaggerated link between climate change and food 'nutrient collapse’

Viewpoint: Politico exaggerated link between climate change and food ‘nutrient collapse’

Politico offered the following headline, The great nutrient collapse, The atmosphere is literally changing the food we eat, for the ...
Smaller breast cancer lumps don't always mean less aggressive cancer

Smaller breast cancer lumps don’t always mean less aggressive cancer

[Editor's note: Dr. Charles Dinerstein, M.D. is Senior Medical Fellow at the American Council on Science and Health.] The diagnosis ...