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I'll gladly pay you Tuesday for a share buyback today Sometimes it can be difficult to figure out exactly what has the goat of pessimists on a week-to-week basis. Genetically modified seed producer Monsanto has quite vocal opposition to enhancing
The basic human rights protections established by the Nuremberg Code, which was adopted immediately after the end of World War II, continue to serve as a global template for how human beings are to be treated by the scientific community.
The Western media is steeped in denial about the true damage being caused by genetically modified (GM) crops, especially in the developing Third World. But despite the lies you may have heard from mainstream news sources, nearly 300,000 Indian
With their rainbow colors and odd shapes and sizes, the appeal of heirloom tomatoes is undeniable. But more than just a pretty face, these darlings of the summer farmers market also represent diversity and freedom in our food supply. People ask me,
Michelle Obama partnering with Big Food company to promote Monsanto's 'healthy' genetically modified food to children. Michelle Obama's effort to slim down America's youth has struck a potentially transformative deal with a major agriculture company.
Mike Adams, the self-proclaimed healthranger who runs the crank alt-med site naturalnews, has sunk to a new low, even though he was already scraping bottom. Adams combines the worst CAM propaganda with a blend of conspiracy theories from across the
In larger numbers, Americans who want to be better prepared in case of natural or man-made disasters don't simply want to "settle" for just any food to eat: Even in less-than-desirable conditions, they want healthy food to sustain them. That's why
Friday gave the green signal for field trials of genetically modified (GM) rice, mustard, cotton, chickpea and brinjal at its meeting in Delhi. The Hindu that meetings were not held for a year since March 2013 and there was a backlog of 70
Iowa The value of the patented seed allegedly stolen from U.S. seed corn companies likely exceeds $500 million, federal prosecutors said Thursday, higher than previous estimates. The new estimate surfaced in a custody hearing Thursday for Mo Yun, a
Bean grower Manuel Alvarado is part of the majority of producers in Mexico who consider it unnecessary to introduce genetically modified varieties of beans, as the government is promoting. There is no study showing superior yields compared with