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Ancient remedy, silver, offers promise where antibiotics fail

New York Times | 
Several years ago, a mosquito bite on Elizabeth Loboa’s right leg became infected, turning into an oozing sore that refused ...

Study shows direct link between rice consumption and arsenic-induced genetic damage

Discover | 
It’s been more than a decade since scientists first raised an alarm about arsenic levels in rice—based on the realization ...
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Media manipulation by anti-GM scientists and NGOs

Knight Science Journalism Tracker | 
The controversial study purportedly documenting the dangers of GM corn continues to come under fire--not from industry critics but from ...

Advocacy NGOs spread grass GM scare, but facts prevail

CBS news reporter, Alix Bryan posted a story about a herd of cattle in Elgin, Texas supposedly poisoned by cyanide ...
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