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‘Just Like Regular Pork’: FDA Grants ‘Investigational’ Approval for Pork Products Made From Gene-Edited Pigs

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‘Just Like Regular Pork’: FDA Grants ‘Investigational’ Approval for Pork Products Made From Gene-Edited Pigs

 

“'Gene-editing livestock to quickly produce desirable traits for improved food production is a viable strategy for helping feed the planet’s growing population,'” the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said, but scientists argue the gene-editing technology involved has not been proven safe."

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Trust the Science? Fake scientific papers are alarmingly common

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Trust the Science? Fake scientific papers are alarmingly common

 

According to an article posted by Science.org, "Fake scientific papers are alarmingly common.

“'It is just too hard to believe' at first, says Sabel of Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg and editor-in-chief of Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience. It’s as if 'somebody tells you 30% of what you eat is toxic.'”

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Could a phytochemical derived from vegetables like broccoli be the answer to antibiotic resistant pathogens?

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Could a phytochemical derived from vegetables like broccoli be the answer to antibiotic resistant pathogens?

 

The answer to the problem of antibiotic-resistant pathogens could be in the form of some common garden vegetables.

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NEWS FLASH - Yard work is good for you.

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NEWS FLASH - Yard work is good for you.

 

OnePoll – a British polling firm – studied 2000 homeowners in the U.K. on behalf of Draper Tools. They discovered that yard work burns calories and can help you lose weight, along with other health benefits! You could’ve knocked me over with a feather.

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Gardeners in 2020 will want unconventional varieties and eco-conscious surroundings

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Gardeners in 2020 will want unconventional varieties and eco-conscious surroundings
According to the AP, "gardeners in 2020 will veer from the beaten path, opting for unconventional varieties and eco-conscious surroundings, according to a plant trends study by horticulturalists with the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS)."

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