|Debunking the health claims of genetically modified foods|
The Atlantic - 6/19/2012. By Marion Nestle – In GMO Myths and Truths, the authors take a science-based, heavily referenced approach to dealing with claims for the benefits of GM foods. They argue that a large body of scientific evidence demonstrates that most claims for benefits of GM foods are not true.
|The local foods movement and how it affects the economy|
Sustain Southern Maine - 6/18/2012. The Local Foods movement in Maine and New England has the potential to have a major effect on future regional employment, land use, housing, even population, because experts project that by 2050, Maine could be responsible for producing as much as 80% of New England’s locally harvested food.
|Foxes, not deer, may hold key to rise in Lyme disease, study says|
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - 6/18/2012. By Amanda Alvarez – Increases in the deer population have been blamed for the explosion of Lyme disease cases in recent years, but changes in the numbers of foxes and coyotes - and what they eat – may actually be responsible, according to a study published Monday.