With utmost sincerity, I urge you to delay the approval of genetically engineered alfalfa. I believe this alfalfa will directly impact our children's milk supply, given that it is used as livestock feed for dairy cows.
On Monday, after two days of hearings, U.S. FDA concluded there is not "sufficient data to determine that a genetic modification that enables salmon to grow twice as quickly is safe for the fish or for consumers."
If you threaten their babies, a mom turns into one hell of a defense mechanism. And today, the babies are threatened. Our very own CDC has said our babies won't enjoy a life as long as the ones we will enjoy.
If your family is anything like mine, then you've most likely got some picky eaters, limited time and a limited budget in a world of soaring food prices. Here are a few tips for those who want to start buying organic food but don't want to pay the high price.
There's an experiment going on right now--but it isn't being conducted by scientists. It's being conducted by parents. In 30 million kitchens across the U.S. that experiment is called "What Can My Child Eat?"
More than a quarter of all U.S. children have a chronic health condition, a significant increase from the rate seen in earlier decades and a statistic that looms over nation's efforts to subdue rising healthcare costs.