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Health & Wellness

Cancer Metastasis Reduced Up to 90% in Mice Using Engineered Decoy Protein
Health & Wellness  (tags: Cancer, Metastasis, Breast Cancer, Ovarian Cancer, Genetic Engineering, Decoy Protein )

Brian
- 4 days ago - singularityhub.com
"After testing the decoy protein in mice with breast cancer and ovarian cancer, the scientists found a 78% reduction in metastatic nodules in the breast cancer group and a 90% decrease in metastatic nodules in the ovarian cancer group."
Are Ebola Drug Researchers Developing "Death Drugs" That Could Wipe Out Humanity? Yes, By Logic of Anti-GMOers
Health & Wellness  (tags: Ebola, Ebola Outbreak, Ebola Drugs, Genetic Engineering, Biotechnology, Anti-GMOers, Scare Mongers, Misinformed, GMOs )

Brian
- 16 days ago - geneticliteracyproject.org
"If the process of genetic engineering did indeed pose serious dangers-as many GM opponents claim-the desperately anticipated Ebola GMO treatments would indeed be "death drugs"...In fact, the reality is much the opposite."
Reasonable Vegan: Frankenfood: The Science of Genetically Engineered Crops
Health & Wellness  (tags: Veganism, Vegetarianism, GM crops, Genetic Modification, Genetic Engineering, Science, Controversy, Foods, Safety )

Brian
- 19 days ago - rvgn.org
"There is a lot of controversy in the vegan and animal rights community around genetically engineered foods that is often clouded by scaremongering, misconceptions, half-truths, and outdated information"
GM Crops Could Replace Fish as Source of Omega-3 Fatty Acids
Health & Wellness  (tags: Omega 3, Fatty Acids, Health, Supplement, Fish, Wild Harvested, Declining Populations, UK Study, Field Trial, Camelina, Genetic Engineering, Brain Health, Heart Health )

Brian
- 20 days ago - geneticliteracyproject.org
"With genetic engineering, land plants like camelina can be altered to produce the necessary omega-3 fatty acids, instead of relying on wild fish for fish oil. "
Are Genetically Modified Foods Safe?
Health & Wellness  (tags: Food, Nutrition, Genetic Modification, GMOs, Health Concerns, Research, Safety, Evidence, Genetic Engineering )

Brian
- 25 days ago - ryot.org
"Two decades of research and analysis have converged on a conclusion that even most opponents of the technology accept: There's no evidence that genetically engineered foods on the market today harm the health of people who eat them."
GMO Debate Grows Over Golden Rice in the Philippines
Health & Wellness  (tags: Vitamin A Deficiency, Children, Mothers, Blindness, Death, Developing World, Rice, Genetic Engineering, GMOs, Golden Rice, Controversy )

Brian
- 26 days ago - pbs.org
"Vitamin A deficiency is a pervasive and silent killer of malnourished children and pregnant mothers in the Third World. That's why people here in the Philippines are working to add vitamin A to the daily staple, rice."
Glyphosate (Roundup) Linked To Cancer of the Lymph Tissue In New Study
Health & Wellness  (tags: abuse, disease, ethics, food, genetic engineering, Glyphosate, GMOs, health, illness, research, roundup, study )

Kathy
- 170 days ago - greenmedinfo.com
A new review on the relationship between pesticide exposure and the risk of blood cancers in the lymph glands (lymphomas) has confirmed the existence of a link with the world's most popular herbicide glyphosate (aka Roundup).
GMO Tryptophan Seratonin - YouTube   video
Health & Wellness  (tags: food, health, diet, research, Genetic Engineering, ethics, society )

Kevin
- 504 days ago - youtube.com
"A serotonin deficiency is correlated with violent and irrational behavior, anxiety and depression. Listen to the amazing personality changes when a mother removes GMOs from her son's diet. Jeffrey and Stephanie explain how glyphosate in our food..."
Comparing Vitamin, Mineral and Energy Content of GMO Vs. Non-GMO Corn
Health & Wellness  (tags: diet, family, food, genetic engineering, GMOs, health, nutrition, research )

Kathy
- 550 days ago - myscienceacademy.org
Consumers select organic foods over genetically modified organisms (GMO) for a variety of reasons, however besides the long list of potential health implications from consuming GMO, the one thing that impacts decision making more than anything else is nut
USDA Funds GMO Pigs, as Meat Consumption Declines and Organic Market Booms
Health & Wellness  (tags: abuse, diet, ethics, food, government, health, news, genetic engineering, GMOs, GMO pigs, USDA )

Kathy
- 653 days ago - eatdrinkbetter.com
The USDA recently announced a $500,000 grant to develop GMO pigs, even as the demand for non-GMO food skyrockets and the demand for meat decreases. USDA priorities clearly reflect the whim of their corporate biotech and meat industry bosses, rather than->
WARNING - Monsanto Tries Biotech Brainwash With Kid's Book
Health & Wellness  (tags: humans, genetic engineering, kis, brainwashing, health, food, children, protection, safety, warning )

John
- 790 days ago - readersupportednews.org
With sweet corn containing a genetically engineered toxin headed toward Wal-Mart produce sections as you read this, it's time to talk about Monsanto's evil little kid's book.
Washington State to Hold Public Hearings on GMO Food Label Bills
Health & Wellness  (tags: ethics, food, government, health, humans, protection, GMO labelling, GMOs, genetic engineering )

Kathy
- 1000 days ago - foodfreedom.wordpress.com
Washington's state legislature will hold public hearings this week on two new bills that would require labeling for genetically engineered raw agricultural commodities and genetically engineered ingredients offered for retail sale.
Are Monsanto's Days Numbered? 50+ Organizations Urging GMO Ban
Health & Wellness  (tags: diet, ethics, food, genetic engineering, GMO's, health, news, Monsanto )

Kathy
- 1111 days ago - huffingtonpost.com
A document signed by more than 50 civil society organizations (CSOs) is asking the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development scheduled to take place in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil in June 2012, to ban the use of genetically modified foods.
Gene Therapy Raises Hope for a Future AIDS Cure
Health & Wellness  (tags: Gene therapy, treatment, AIDS, cure, science, health, genetic engineering )

Anna
- 1329 days ago - news.yahoo.com
In a bold new approach ultimately aimed at trying to cure AIDS, scientists used genetic engineering in six patients to develop blood cells that are resistant to HIV, the virus that causes the disease.It's far too early to know if this scientific first....
Protato: Genetically Modified Potato
Health & Wellness  (tags: food, genetic engineering, potatoes, GMOs, genetically modified food, Genetically Modified Foods )

Becky
- 1467 days ago - eatdrinkbetter.com
Back in April, the EU controversially approved a genetically modified potato, and now it looks like scientists are working on yet another GM spud. What do you think?
 

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