A wide range of gastrointestinal and immune system disorders have become more prevalent since the introduction of GMOs in 1996. And researchers are starting to make the connection.
Scientific dissenters whose research doesn’t jibe with preconceived industry decisions are frequently “managed” by means more typically associated with gangsters.
“But, truly, this article was unresearched. It is widely known that the FDA does NOT test the safety of GE foods; it relies on the biotech industries’ own testing or outsourcing.”
The makers of the genetically modified “arctic apple” are optimistic it will soon be approved by the USDA.
Did Whole Foods tell employees to lie about the countless number of genetically modified products on its shelves?
The quote bearing his name, “Be the change you want to see in the world,” has become the hymn of the dying honeybee.
When you go to the supermarket, do you know which foods are most likely to be—or contain ingredients that are—genetically engineered?
Groups are working to ban genetically modified crops with a strategy that has helped communities across the country fight fracking.
Why have citizens of a tiny nation roughly the size of Massachusetts taken a powerful stance against GMOs amid seemingly more dire issues, like gangs and drug trafficking?