Archive | July, 2018

Walking with Kids

Screwing Up Our Kids: A Paradox

A New York Times headline captivated me this morning: Motherhood in the Age of Fear. To be honest, it was actually the Twitter post promoting the story that pulled me in: Kim Brooks writes, “We now live in a country where it is seen as abnormal, or even criminal, to allow children to be away from direct […]

Corn

Taking A Second Look at GMO Labeling

A number of anti-Monsanto, anti-biotech groups and activists have pushed the notion that consumers “have the right to know” if the food they consume contains ingredients from genetically-modified crops. For the most part the agriculture industry – minus some, but not necessarily all, organic producers and groups – have opposed this concept based on the […]