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Monsanto : Our kids' bodies contaminated with chemicals (Part 12)   - 8 Hours ago
Mariam Alireza , [emailprotected] In the last two articles, Parts 10 and 11, I revealed to you the many toxic aspects of fast foods. Children are exposed to myriads of synthetic chemicals, high amounts
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Swarm of GMO Mosquitoes Set to Fly in South Florida   - 12 Hours ago
(Source: Animal Town) British biotech firm pioneers the way for chemical free pest control At this point, the world is no stranger to genetically modified organisms (GMOs). Whether you agree with
  
    




Monsanto : OPINION: THE CORPORATE TAKEOVER OF UKRAINIAN AGRICULTURE   - 13 Hours ago
OAKLAND, California , Jan. 27, 2015 (IPS/GIN) - At the same time as the United States , Canada and the European Union announced a set of new sanctions against Russia in mid-December last year, Ukraine
  
    



The coming food disaster   - 20 Hours ago
Story highlights EPA has steadily increased the allowable concentration limit of herbicides in food supply David Schubert: Herbicide resistant crops present health risks for consumers that cannot be
  
    



KFC's Double Down Dog takes Frankenfood to cheesy new level   - 1/27/2015
The latest Frankenfood is literally a frank-in-food. KFC has taken fast food to a new level with the Double Down Dog - a hot dog wrapped in a cheese-stuffed chicken breast. The latest Frankenfood is
  
    



Paul McInnes Attorney to Give Discussion on Syngenta GMO Corn Litigation at American   - 1/26/2015
Paul McInnes Attorney to Give Discussion on Syngenta GMO Corn Litigation at American Association for Justice Conference On February 24, 2015, Paul McInnes LLP founder and managing
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Europe's food fight shifts after GM crop vote - TRFN   - 1/26/2015
By Chris Arsenault ROME, Jan 26 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Campaign groups and the biotech industry are digging in for a new round of conflict, following the European Union's decision to allow
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New strategy could prevent GMO leaks from lab to the wild   - 15 Hours ago
It’s like domesticating a wild creature Think of it as the ultimate version of domesticating a wild creature – the organism’s dependence on humankind is now written into its very genes. Without the
  
    



Stueve will be co-lead counsel in widespread GMO corn litigation   - 15 Hours ago
Business Journal Tuesday 27th January, 2015 Patrick Stueve, a partner at Stueve Siegel Hanson LLP, is one of four lawyers appointed to lead the hundreds of lawsuits filed against Syngenta, an agribusiness
  
    


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Europe’s food fight shifts after GM crop vote   - 17 Hours ago
In New Delhi, Obama announces modest efforts to bolster trade with India - 12 hours ago The Citrus Crisis and False Balance - 12 hours ago Making Free Trade Sexy - 22 hours ago 6 hours ago Source
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A Role for MicroRNA-155 Expression in Microenvironment Associated to HPV-Induced   - 19 Hours ago
Affiliations: Molecular Oncology and Viral Pathology Group, CI-IPOP, Portuguese Institute of Oncology of Porto, Rua Dr. António Bernardino de Almeida, 4200–072 Porto, Portugal, ICBAS, Abel Salazar Institute
  
    



Canada geese destroyed GMO wheat plot   - 19 Hours ago
Records recently released by the federal agriculture department indicate a flock of Canada geese completely consumed a plot of genetically-modified spring wheat growing on the Central Experimental
  
    


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Second public hearing on GMO labeling rules set for Feb. 4   - 20 Hours ago
The Vermont Attorney General’s Office has scheduled a second public hearing on a proposed rule to label food products that contain genetically modified ingredients. The hearing will be held from 5-6
  
    



KFC's Double Down Dog takes Frankenfood to new level   - 1/26/2015
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Film on GMO screened   - 1/26/2015
Comment · print · T T T+· T- An internationally renowned film made on the impact of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO-OMG) was screened by Environmental Film Society on Sunday at Visakhapatnam
  
    



Millions of GMO mosquitoes could be released in Florida Keys   - 1/26/2015
KEY, WEST FLORIDA – Millions of genetically modified mosquitoes could be released in the Florida Keys if British researchers win approval to use the bugs against two extremely painful viral diseases.
  
    



Millions of genetically modified insects could be released in Florida Keys   - 1/26/2015
KEY WEST, Fla. — Millions of genetically modified mosquitoes could be released in the Florida Keys if British researchers win approval to use the bugs against two extremely painful viral diseases. Never
  
    



Millions of GMO mosquitoes could be released in Florida Keys in disease fight   - 1/26/2015
KEY WEST, FLORIDA – Millions of genetically modified mosquitoes could be released in the Florida Keys if British researchers win approval to use the bugs against two extremely painful viral diseases.
  
    



GMO (In)digest - Issue 16 of the GMO Campaign Newsletter   - 18 Hours ago
to endorse an agreement on a new scheme for the authorisation of genetically-modified organisms in the EU (480 +, 159 –, 58 o). The Greens voted against the new scheme, as it would renationalise decisions
  
    



Millions of GMO mosquitoes could be released in Florida in bid to fight viral diseass   - 1/25/2015
KEY WEST, Fla. -- Millions of genetically modified mosquitoes could be released in the Florida Keys if British researchers win approval to use the bugs against two extremely painful viral diseases.
  
    



How do you prevent genetically modified organisms from jumping ship? (+video)   - 1/22/2015
Two teams of researchers have developed complementary processes for reprogramming bacteria's DNA so they cannot survive in the wild. Chuck Burr explains his organic seed-growing techniques May 12, on
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Millions Of GMO Mosquitos Might Be Set Loose In Florida Keys   - 1/26/2015
Addicting Info Monday 26th January, 2015 Both illnesses have almost identical symptoms: high fever, headache, eye ache, joint pain, rashes and lethargy. Dengue can be fatal, but both are severe and
  
    



Biotech firm using climate change hysteria to persuade Florida residents to accept   - 1/26/2015
© Reuters / Ricardo Rojas Pointing to climate change and the rise of tropical diseases, British researchers hope to sell their idea of releasing millions of genetically modified mosquitoes in the Florida
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Genetically modified insects may be unleashed   - 1/26/2015
Genetically modified mosquitoes may be used to battle deadly viral diseases While it may sound like a science fiction film straight out of the 1950s, genetically modified mosquitoes may shortly
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Millions of genetically modified insects could be set loose in Florida Keys   - 1/26/2015
Local 10 Monday 26th January, 2015 KEY WEST, Fla. - Millions of genetically modified mosquitoes could be released in the Florida Keys if British researchers win approval to use the bugs against
  
    
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