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GMOs and Health Safety Alan McHughen, DPhil | UCLA Women’s Health Conference
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GMOs often make news related to the environment, world hunger, the economy, politics, and yes, even health. Those against them say eating foods made from GMOs is bad for you. Those in favor argue. Unfortunately, many of these valuable and potentially lifesaving projects are unable to come to market because of public misunderstandings about the potential dangers of GMOs.
GMOs can actually reduce pesticide use. Contrary to what some believe, GMO crops can actually allow farmers to use less (and less toxic) pesticides on their fields. The net economic benefit at the farm level in 2012 was $18.8 billion, equal to an average increase in income of $117/hectare.
For the 17 year period (1996-2012), the global farm income gain has been $116.6 billion. 7. GMOs can help us win the fight against climate change. GMOs are food items that have been made using genetic engineering techniques.
They comprise 90% of soy, cotton, and corn grown in the United States and are deemed safe for human consumption. There have been, for a variety of largely unscientific reasons, serious concern surrounding the effects of GMOs on human health. This analysis confirms that not only do GMOs pose no risk to human. One main selling point for crops containing GMOs has been that they reduce the use of pesticides. The use of insecticides (which kill bugs) has declined since.
Genetically Engineered Crops Are Safe and Possibly Good for Climate Change The National Academy of Sciences reaffirmed GMO safety and pointed to the potential for future improvements By Niina. Although about 90 percent of scientists believe G.M.O.s are safe — a view endorsed by the American Medical Association, the National Academy of Sciences, the American Association for the. “There is no credible evidence that GMO foods are safe to eat.” David Schubert, Salk Institute of Biological Studies “[The] research [on GMOs] is scant. Because GMOs are novel life forms, biotechnology companies have been able to obtain patents to control the use and distribution of their genetically engineered seeds.
Genetically modified crops therefore pose a serious threat to farmer sovereignty and to the national food security of.
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|from A Regional Geography of the United States and Canada: Toward a Sustainable Future|
|from Environmental Science: Systems and Solutions|
|from History of Soybean Plant Protection from Diseases, Insects, Nematodes and Weeds (15 BCE to 2019):: Extensively Annotated Bibliography and Sourcebook|
|from Conspiracies and Conspiracy Theories in American History [2 volumes]|
|from A Clinical Guide to the Treatment of the Human Stress Response|
|from Future Foods: How Modern Science Is Transforming the Way We Eat|
|from The Fatal Harvest Reader: The Tragedy of Industrial Agriculture|