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UK Becomes First Country to Give Go Ahead to Three-Parent Babies
Science & Tech  (tags: GoodNews, goodnews, europe, babies, technology, tech, NewTechnology, GeneticEngineering )

- 444 days ago -
The countryâEUR(TM)s regulator has decided the procedure is safe enough to approve and will now consider applications to use the technique on a case-by-case basis
Keep Shell Out of the Arctic! - Take Action!: NRDC's Save BioGems
Science & Tech  (tags: architecture, auto, babies, business, children, clothing, CO2emissions, conservation, CoolStuff, coolstuff, design, eco-friendly, ecosystems, energy, environment, family, food, garden, globalwarming, goodnews, green, greenliving, greenproducts, health, he )

- 1832 days ago -
Four years ago this spring, BP's Deepwater Horizon rig exploded in the Gulf of Mexico and caused the largest offshore oil spill in U.S. history.
Genetically Engineered Babies? Experts Debate Idea Of 'Designer Baby' Ban -WHAT!!!
Science & Tech  (tags: GE, babies,, government, humans, protection, research, study, risks, safety, warning, research, science, GeneticEngineering, YouveGotToBeKidding, news )

- 2244 days ago -
"Mother Nature is a metaphor," he continued. "And it is a bad metaphor, because in reality inheritance is a game of craps ... It won't have to be that way in the future."
Biofuel Production Threatens Air Quality and Crop Yields, Study Finds
Science & Tech  (tags: climate, CO2emissions, conservation, destruction, energy, environment, healthconditions, humans, pollution, protection, trees, world, babies, death, research, protection, science, safety, risks, study, warning, prevention, investigation, illness, governme )

- 2295 days ago -
Report warns large-scale cultivation of trees for renewable wood fuel would emit high levels of the chemical isoprene
Seeing Like a Baby
Science & Tech  (tags: babies, research, computer, computers, concept, design, discovery, humans, health, science, scientists, research, study, world )

- 2313 days ago -
Infants soon learn to make sense of the complex world around them: Their understanding far surpasses any of the current attempts to design intelligent computerized systems. How do such young infants arrive at this understanding?
Climate Conversations - 'Virtual' Crops Could Lead to Climate-Sustainable Food
Science & Tech  (tags: health, food, environment, ethics, research, safety, warning, study, science, protection, society, health, government, diet, death, children, women, babies, NewTechnology, scientists, science, technology, world, study, discovery, environment, climate )

- 2361 days ago -
business as usual in farming and food production cannot sustainably feed the 9 billion people projected to populate the world by 2050.
Why You Should Avoid SOY
Science & Tech  (tags: environment, crime, lies, ethics, corruption, world, society, humans, farming, cover-up, dishonesty, consumers, abuse, debt, children, education, family, freedoms, news, rights, sadness, babies, cancer, death, diet, disease, environment, food, govern )

- 3327 days ago -
There are many controversies about soy,but one cannot deny the root cause of serious health issues facing us today.Please take 15 min. from your day and read carefully through this article,it may save your life.
Newborn Babies May Cry In Their Mother Tongues
Science & Tech  (tags: research, babies, crying )

- 3363 days ago -
Days after birth French and German babies wail to the melodic structure of their languages.
'Three Parent Babies' Take a Step Closer to Reality
Science & Tech  (tags: Science, Parent, Babies, Researchers )

- 3450 days ago -
Researchers used eggs from young donors to repair damaged eggs of older women in order to increase their chances of fertilisation.
Criminalize Organic Farming? EXCUSE ME?! BILLS: HR 875 and S 425   video
Science & Tech  (tags: environment, ecosystems, humans, protection, pollution, nature, congress, constitution, corruption, dishonesty, government, ethics, dishonesty, politics, babies, cancer, children, disease, drugs, environment, family, food, healthcare, medicine, prevention )

- 3691 days ago -
PLEASE contact your representatives and Senators about this! This is being pushed by the drug companies.. No more ORGANIC food - pesticides required! Insecticides KILL OUR IMMUNE SYSTEMS, ALLOWING us to be sick more often.. Take Action!
Women Abused as Children Spend 1/3 More on Health Care
Science & Tech  (tags: abuse, activists, children, culture, ethics, family, health, humans, interesting, news, police, rights, sadness, safety, society, violence, women, abuse, babies, Body-Mind-Spirit, disease, drugs, environment, illness, interesting, investigation, medicine )

- 4078 days ago -
Middle-aged women who suffered physical or sexual abuse as children spend up to one-third more than average in health-care costs, according to a long-term study of more than 3,000 women.
Breathing Dirty Air Can Lower Kids' I.Q.
Science & Tech  (tags: ClimateChange, CO2emissions, conservation, endangered, energy, environment, globalwarming, habitatdestruction, nature, humans, pollution, protection, science, suffering, world, business, consumers, corruption, corporate, energy, law, marketing, money, soc )

- 4080 days ago -
Kids who live in neighborhoods with heavy traffic pollution have lower IQs and score worse on other tests of intelligence and memory than children who breathe cleaner air, a new study shows.
Adults Abused as Kids Who Don't Get Depressed Have a Different Gene!
Science & Tech  (tags: abuse, children, culture, family, health, interesting, news, sadness, society, violence, women, abuse, babies, Body-Mind-Spirit, disease, drugs, ethics, illness, medicine, prevention, protection, research, safety, study, treatment, discovery, energy, Gene )

- 4081 days ago -
Some forms of a gene that controls the body's response to stress hormones appear to protect adults who were abused in childhood from depression, psychiatrists have found.
Men No Longer Need For Making Babies
Science & Tech  (tags: science, roadblock, sperm, female, baby, babies )

- 4099 days ago -
Scientists claim that they are getting closer to a point where they can eliminate male in the equation of making babies. The scientists know they have a minor roadblock to conquer, and the minor roadblock is to make sure the sperm cell from female bone m
Babies Can Spot the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Science & Tech  (tags: humans, babies, judgement, social evalutation, science, research )

- 4170 days ago -
Babies are good judges of character long before they learn to speak. Infants as young as 6 months preferred characters which helped rather than hindered others in a simple puppet show. Humans begin making social evaluations earlier than previously thought

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