Pesticides in foods can harm human fertility

New study findings suggest that women who are trying to conceive should eat organic food, writes Myrto Ashe, M.D.

The Impossible Burger: Boon or risk to health and environment?

Impossible Foods’ meatless burger is touted as healthy and environmentally responsible. Claire Robinson and Dr Michael Antoniou take a look at the evidence behind the hype.

A Hidden Epidemic

A survey shows that exposure to potentially health-threatening levels of glyphosate has escalated over the past 20 years, yet regulators are turning a blind eye, writes Professor David Schubert.

A GMO Corn and Its Non-GMO Parent Are Not Substantially Equivalent

Findings question industry and regulatory position of substantial equivalence of GM crops and may have safety implications

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