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Human Diet Trick Could Save Coral Reefs
Science & Tech  (tags: diet trick, carbon dioxide, coral, nutrition, humans, supplements, discovery, environment, research, science, study, world )

Lone
- 104 days ago - ca.news.yahoo.com
Under stress from climate change and rising levels of carbon dioxide, coral in nature is continually struggling to find nutrition. It's a common problem for humans too; it's one of the reasons why the dietary supplement market is booming.
New Potato Can Be Grown With Just Sea Water
Science & Tech  (tags: food, nutrition, GoodNews, goodnews, world, technology, science )

Glenn
- 309 days ago - goodnewsnetwork.org
This could help end world hunger.
VIRAL ACTION NEEDED SAVE THE HARLAN BEAGLES
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Kelly
- 640 days ago - change.org
The company owns several UK-based sites, two of which house beagles. Their Cambridgeshire site breeds beagles for sale to laboratories and universities whilst their Loughborough site keeps 'donor beagles'
The Personalized Nutrition Project
Science & Tech  (tags: diet, health, food, humans, nutrition, investigation, science, interesting, scientists, world, study )

JL
- 702 days ago - weizmann-usa.org
Weizmann Scientists Can Use Data about How the Body Responds to Specific Foods to Create a Diet Tailored to You
Bad Science: Why We Need GMO Labeling
Science & Tech  (tags: GMO, GMO risks, research, protection, prevention, nutrition, investigation, health, environment, healthy, science, cover-up, Monsanto, dishonesty, corporate, corruption )

Marty
- 765 days ago - organicconnectmag.com
Professor David Suzuki makes clear why GMO foods are based on bad science and why GMO labeling is needed.
Putting Global Food on the Map
Science & Tech  (tags: government, GoodNews, interesting, world, usa, ethics, diet, food, prevention, nutrition, protection, research, study, society, scientists, study, investigation, discovery )

JL
- 795 days ago - azdailysun.com
Researchers hailing from Mongolia, India, Turkey, western Europe, New Hampshire, Maryland and Northern Arizona University have just started mapping the world's crops in the finest detail ever.
Genetically-Modified Corn Contains Practically No Nutrients But Is Loaded With Chemical Poisons
Science & Tech  (tags: NewTechnology, research, science, nutrition, toxins )

John
- 851 days ago - transcend.org
A breakthrough report on the nutritional density of genetically-modified (GM) corn crops demolishes all existing claims that GMOs are "substantially equivalent" to non-GMOs. Nutrient deviations are shocking.
How Biotech Is Gagging Research Into GMO Crops
Science & Tech  (tags: GMO, GMO risks, research, protection, prevention, nutrition, investigation, health, environment, healthy, science, cover-up, Monsanto, dishonesty, corporate, corruption )

Marty
- 867 days ago - organicconnectmag.com
Researchers who have exposed environmental or health-related risks from GMO crops have faced harassment, threats and worse.
Are We Heading Toward Peak Fertilizer?
Science & Tech  (tags: food, humans, ethics, diet, nutrition, research, risks, science, warning, 'HUMANRIGHTS!', africa, HumanRights, farming, politics, society, business, corporate, ethics, environment, investigation, scientists, safety, study, technology, concept, history )

JL
- 1000 days ago - motherjones.com
what about peak phosphorus and potassium? These elements form two-thirds of the holy agricultural triumvirate of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium (also known as NPK, from their respective markers in the periodic table).
Study Finds Humans Still Evolving, and Quickly
Science & Tech  (tags: evolution, ancestors, humans, europe, asia, africa, agriculture, disease, genes, dna, cattle, nutrition, siciety, culture, science, technology, research, investigation, humans )

Tom
- 2171 days ago - latimes.com
The pace of human evolution has been increasing at a stunning rate since our ancestors began spreading through Europe, Asia and Africa 40,000 years ago, quickening to 100 times historical levels after agriculture became widespread, according to a study.
Heart Cells Found to Regenerate
Science & Tech  (tags: research, NewTechnology, scientists, study, interesting, discovery, humans, health, news, science, medicine, diet, health, nutrition )

Linda
- 2336 days ago - sciam.com
Even though heart attacks may not be deadly, they can leave your ticker damaged.A study in Science today confirms that some heart muscle cells do, in fact, regenerate slowly over the course of a person's lifetime. Scientists from the Karolinska Institute
The Global Call to Action Against Poverty (GCAP)
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Monica
- 2369 days ago - whiteband.org
.is a growing alliance of trade unions, community groups, faith groups, women and youth organisations, NGOs and other campaigners working together across more than 100 national platforms..
MMR Doctor Andrew Wakefield Fixed Data on Autism
Science & Tech  (tags: abuse, children, diet, disease, drugs, environment, ethics, government, health, healthcare, humans, illness, interesting, investigation, medicine, news, nutrition, prevention, protection, research, safety, science, society, study, risks, treatment, discov )

Susan
- 2391 days ago - timesonline.co.uk
THE doctor who sparked the scare over the safety of the MMR vaccine for children changed and misreported results in his research, creating the appearance of a possible link with autism.
Spelt: The Grain of Truth
Science & Tech  (tags: nutrition, interesting, diet, food, ancient, archaeology, discovery )

Marty
- 2678 days ago - news.google.com
A GRAIN, which in England is generally given to horses, but in Scotland supports the people." So wrote the legendarily snobbish Samuel Johnson in&#8194 ;his Dictionary of 1755. He was referring to the humble oat
 

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