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From GMOs to BPA, why the wealthy are more likely to fall for food pseudoscience

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Socioeconomics play a significant role in attitudes about food ...
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More than one-third of Americans do not know that foods with zero genetically modified ingredients contain genes—and why that matters

Genetic Literacy Project | 
More than a third of Americans think that only GMO foods contain genes. Even worse--people aren't looking to scientists to ...
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Audio: Filmmaker behind ‘Food Evolution’ says GMO debate illustrates importance of embracing science

Serving Up Science | 
Are GMOs safe? What is the deal with organic food? On this week's episode of Serving Up Science, Science Writer ...
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Onto the grill: But are consumers ready to embrace—and eat—lab-grown meat?

Genetic Literacy Project | 
It’s been a busy summer for food-based biotech. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration made headlines when it approved the ...
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Kissing around the world: How do different cultures show intimacy?

Guardian | 
Not all people express love and adoration through their lips. In fact, new research published in American Anthropologist reports that only 46 percent of cultures kiss ...
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