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Kerry Halladay, WLJ Managing Editor

Nov 30, 2015
In the afternoon of Thursday, Nov. 19, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced it had granted approval for the first genetically-modified animal for human consumption, the AquAdvantage salmon. The move was a milestone in the history of genetic modification (GM) technology, and was almost two decades in the making.

Nov 20, 2015
“Gentlemen, how many of you would be comfortable having your testicles removed without any pain mitigation?” There were some uncomfortable chuckles and crossed legs among the mostly male audience of the 24th Range Beef Cow Symposium last week in Loveland, CO.

Nov 13, 2015
“It’s not an acute thing with copper—in other words, they’re not going to ingest a bunch of copper and die, that’s not how it works—but copper accumulates in the liver. During a high stress situation, that copper is released or metabolized and that’s what causes copper toxicity.

Oct 30, 2015
In all the noise about the recent World Health Organization’s (WHO’s) report linking the consumption of red and processed meat with cancer, the details of the report and its creation have gotten lost. In many cases, the process of the report’s creation has generated as much complaint as the scientific claims it put forth.

Oct 30, 2015
someone tries to sell you something important— be it a truck, a bull, a politician, or an idea—there’s a certain kind of behavior you expect. They will make direct statements supported by evidence. They are willing to answer your questions fully and HALLADAY.

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