The Organic Consumers Association (among others) has gleefully announced: New Study Links GMO Food To Leukemia (also saved as a PDF). This article by Sayer Ji was originally published on Green Med Info on 12 May 2013 but seems to have disappeared. The paper is Hematotoxicity of Bacillus thuringiensis as Spore-crystal Strains Cry1Aa, Cry1Ab, Cry1Ac or Cry2Aa in Swiss Albino Mice by Mezzomo et al, published first in November 2012 then again in March 2013 (more on that later). The article states: […]
Joel asks a variety of leading doctors, researchers and patient advocates for their reflections on the FDA Drug Development Workshop.
A short while ago, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) held a workshop for patients, doctors, and other stakeholders, to talk about drug development for myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS). You can read a summary of the first and second parts of day one of the two-day workshop, here and here. (Day two summaries will be published
The Environmental Working Group (EWG) says that it “helps protect your family from pesticides.” The purpose of this post is to “help protect your family from dangerously misleading information from the EWG.” Each year since 1991, the USDA has been publishing the results from a large-scale pesticide residue monitoring program called the Pesticide Data Program (PDP). Each year, a different set of crops is chosen and samples are purchased from regular stores and tested. […]
To reach your full potential: follow your passion, set goals, structure your day, develop good habits, and seek feedback. You'll be amazed by what you achieve.What To Do When You’re Not Living Up To Your Potential is a post from the positive psychology blog, Soon I Will Be Successful.
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This article is the third in a series of articles in which I will profile every woman astronaut, cosmonaut and taikonaut who has been into space. Last time we looked at the career of Svetlana Savitskaya the second woman in [...]testThe post Women in Space: Sally Ride appeared first on Australian Science.