By: Michael Pollan
By: Jana Kasperkevic
Dr Oz is aiming to give his critics a dose of their own medicine on Thursday. On his controversial daytime show the TV doctor will call out the 10 physicians who recently lobbied Columbia University to sever its ties with him.
By: Susan Wyatt
By: Lydia Wheeler and Time Devaney
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved apples and potatoes which are resistant to bruises and don’t go brown as safe to eat. Consumer and environmental groups are concerned that such products could have unknown risks to human health.
In an acclaimed new book being launched Wednesday in London, American public interest attorney Steven Druker reveals how the US government and leading scientific institutions have systematically misrepresented the facts about GMOs and the scientific research that casts doubt on their safety.
By: Lydia Wheeler
Democratic lawmakers want Americans to know what they are eating.
By: Philippe Wojazer (REUTERS)
A new genetically modified potato is closer than ever to arriving in American grocery stores, but while advocates claim it can actually reduce the risk of cancer, opponents say not nearly enough is known to ensure public safety.
By: Greg Allen