Science and making decisions about the foods we eat (commentary)

Science and making decisions about the foods we eat (commentary)

SCIENCE plays an increasingly important role in modern society. Without scientific research, we would not have the conveniences we have come to depend on to carry out our daily tasks.

There would be no cell phones or computers, and our activities would be geographically constrained to an area dependent upon how far we could walk or ride a horse in a reasonable length of time. Health care as we know it would not exist, and people would die of diseas

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