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G.M.O. Apples Now Approved for Growing in the U.S.

  The United States on Friday approved the commercial planting of genetically engineered apples that are resistant to turning brown when sliced or bruised. The developer of the apple, a small Canadian company called Okanagan Specialty Fruits, says it believes the apples will help improve sales of the fruit by making sliced apples more popular and appealing. But many executives ...

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List of Countries That Banned Genetically Modified Food


These days, with the millions of acres of farmlands in the U.S., it’s hard to find any commercially grown farm fields that aren’t planted with genetically modified corn or soybeans. While GMO (genetically modified organism) crops are quickly taking over the landscape in the United States and Canada, not all countries have embraced these questionable crops. Even scientific research studies have ...

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How Pesticide Companies Silence Scientific Dissent

There are plenty of indications suggesting that the evidence-based paradigm across sciences is built on quicksand, having been largely bought and paid for by many major multinational corporations. Nowhere is this more evident than in the chemical industry, where pesticide companies posing as “biotechnology” firms specializing in genetics have peddled their wares based on seriously flawed science from the very ...

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Research Confirms Shocking Health Risks of Genetically Modified Corn

Eating genetically modified corn (GM corn) and consuming trace levels of Monsanto’s Roundup chemical fertilizer caused rats to develop horrifying tumors, widespread organ damage, and premature death. That’s the conclusion of a shocking new study that looked at the long-term effects of consuming Monsanto’s genetically modified corn. The study has been deemed “the most thorough research ever published into the ...

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8 Ways to Live a Longer Quality of Life

Want to live a long life? Forget taking supplements and searching for a fountain of youth. The keys to longevity are probably much closer to home. An eight-decade study started by the late Stanford University psychologist Louis Terman in 1921 revealed some surprising characteristics of those who live long lives. Terman recruited 1,528 10-year-olds, half girls, and half boys, and ...

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