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

Healthy Food, Healthy Children

In order to reverse the current health crisis affecting children, we need to rethink our relationship with food and the type of medicine we support, says Professor Vincanne Adams.

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