A poll revealed widespread fear of DNA in food and vaccines, leading to calls for mandatory labeling. This pervasive pseudoscience myth suggests that consuming or injecting DNA can alter human genetics. However, DNA from food and vaccines is broken down and does not integrate into human genes. Education on DNA biochemistry counters these fears, explaining that DNA and its four nucleobases (CGAT) are consistent across all life forms, simply coding for proteins. Massive studies on animals fed GMOs and vaccinated humans illustrate no adverse effects from DNA consumption or vaccine administration. Such concerns are scientifically unfounded; eating GMO foods or getting vaccines does not alter or harm one’s DNA.
There have been claims that chocolate or multivitamins have a positive benefit on heart health. This clinical study refutes those claims.
Creationists love to state that evolution is “just a theory.” And anti-vaccine activists love to say that the germ theory of disease is “just a theory.” The problem with those arguments is that each is a scientific theory, not a… Read More »A scientific theory is really a scientific fact
What does the science say about the potential links between glyphosate (Roundup) and cancer? There’s a lot of research that says no link.
Please do not feed your cat vegan food. They are carnivores and require essential nutrients from their meat and fish.
Golden rice, which contains more vitamin A, is being blocked by environmental activists because it is genetically modified.
There is a myth that monosodium glutamate, or MSG, is unsafe or unhealthy. It is a simple amino acid, that’s all. And it’s safe.
Robert F Kennedy Jr rejects vaccine scientific consensus but accepts it for climate change. Scientific evidence supports both equally.
According to scientific research, humans have genetically modified food crops for over 10,000 years. GMOs are not recent advances.
We vaccinate dogs to protect them from some serious diseases that could harm our precious friends. Rabies. Distemper. Parvovirus. Kennel cough (bordatella). Lyme disease. Vaccine-preventable diseases can devastate our canine friends, and there isn’t one good reason to keep them… Read More »Vaccinate dogs – they are not going to get autism from vaccines