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Are Genetically Modified Foods Safe to Eat? (Science of Genetic Engineering)
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Presented by Anastasia Bodnar PhD. In a recent Pew poll, 88% of AAAS scientists said that genetically engineered crops were ...
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Environmental Ramblings: How Safe Is GM/GE food?

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Is It Safe To Eat Genetically Modified Animals?
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Recently, the FDA approved the sale and consumption of genetically modified salmon. Will this change the food industry forever?
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  1. GM-Foods Explained: How is Genetically Modified Food made?
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    Please read and donate to the Producers of the original videoclip: ...
  2. 10 Worrying Facts About Genetically Modified Food
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    Cooked up in a lab and served on our plates, it's time to investigate the 10 most worrying facts about GM foods. From venomous ...
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Recent policy statements include the Policy on Genetically Modified (GMFoods and the Policy on Sustainable Agriculture. The NFU offers an annual award
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Cloning - Types, Technique, Animals and More - Biology - About.com
Cloning is the process of creating genetically identical copies of biological matter. Learn all about cloning, the different types of cloning, and cloning techniques.
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10 Examples of Agricultural Biotechnology
Gene cloning methods must also address species differences in the genetic ... scientists are creating genetically altered foods that contain nutrients known to ...
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The History of Cloning Research - Biotech/Biomedical - About.com
Actually, cloning research goes back more than 100 years. Find out about the work ... Hand reaching for food on table - foodiesfeed.com. 13 Ways You Can Eat  ...
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The big question: Are GM Animals safe to eat?  The simple answer, No!  It only seems "natural" that after years of feeding GM crop to livestock, the agricultural and food industries would begin genetically modifying the livestock itself.
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By definition, any food labeled as certified organic, is prohibited from being genetically modified. However, several foods continue to be genetically modified. This remains one of the prime concerns regarding food. The lapse is primarily due to the absence of stringent laws. There is a dire need for laws dictating that the consumers must be informed about any genetically modified foods.
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Pediatricians want farmers to use fewer antibiotics - CNN.com
The "overuse" and "misuse" of antibiotics in animals and in people in largely to blame for antibiotic resistance, the authors said. Exactly why is a group of people doctors calling on animal doctors and animal owners to stop overusing antibiotics?
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