Genetically modified food controversies are disputes over the use of foods and
other goods .... The 2013 vote rejecting Washington State's GM food labeling I-
522 .... A 2011 analysis by Diels et...
In the United States, foodborne diseases have been estimated to cause 6 million
to ... In this article, we report new estimates of illnesses, hospitalizations, and ...
the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and
..... a total that is slightly more than half the 9,000 deaths estimated by Bennett et
This article is 1 of 2 reporting new estimates of foodborne diseases acquired in
the ... Data were mostly from 2000–2008, and all estimates were based on the
US .... surrogates for severe and mild cases of most illnesses (Technical
Appendix 3). ... deaths to adjust for underdiagnosis, similar to the method used by
Mead et al.
They are marketed as less harmful alternatives to smoking. ... Research will help
make electronic cigarettes more effective as smoking substitutes ... Data obtained
from the HealthStyles survey showed that, in the US, awareness of ... 2011] and
are efficient as long-term substitutes of conventional cigarettes [Farsalinos et al.
Moreover, the impacts of these traits on U.S. pesticide use trends are ... The
emergence of herbicide-resistant genetically engineered crops in 1996 made it
.... on most actively growing, non-GE plants, residues of glyphosate in food have
..... Nguyen et al. projected that a hectare of Bt-corn for CRW control expressing
Related Articles ... Despite efforts to investigate foodborne disease, less than 50
% of all ... As a result, more than 80% of foodborne disease cases occur from .....
Bacterial Foodborne Illnesses in the United States: FoodNet, 1996-2001. ... Mead
PS, Slutsker L, Dietz V, et al: Food-related illness and death in the United States.
review articleAgricultural sustainability and intensive production practices .... For
example, nitrogen-fertilizer efficiency of maize in the United States has increased
..... but less than 1% in developing countries (where most of the increased food
demand .... ISI |; Prather, M. D. et al. in Climate Change 2001: The Scientific Basis
In this article, we analyze water use by individuals and especially by agricultural
... Irrigation for US agriculture relies heavily on groundwater, with 65% of .... the
most harmful effect of erosion, because eroded soil absorbs 87% less water .... of
their skin or through the use of contaminated water or food (Hotez et al. 1996).
More and more Americans are becoming overweight and obese while
consuming ... Rising rates of obesity in the United States have been linked to
food supply ..... Cade et al (89) concluded that the individual assessment of diet
costs was, to a ..... Trends in energy intake in U. S. between 1977 and 1996;
similar shifts seen ...
Dec 19, 2014 ... Drug Importation Act passed by Congress requires U.S. Customs ... The bill was
defeated, but during the next 25 years more than 100 food and drug bills were ...
In U.S. v. Johnson, the Supreme Court rules that the 1906 Food and Drugs .....
Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corp. et al., ruled 5-4 that FDA does ...