Political notebook: the replicas of the abortion bill reverberate | Policy

Political notebook: the replicas of the abortion bill reverberate |  Policy

Abortion bill: Oklahoma’s latest abortion legislation has drawn comment from all sides of the issue, including the White House. “The President believes that women have the fundamental right to make their own reproductive health choices,” Karine Jean-Pierre, President Joe Biden’s press secretary, said in a written statement. “Today’s action by the Oklahoma Legislature is the … Read more

Bimbo details new “ambitious” sustainable development goals

Bimbo details new "ambitious" sustainable development goals

MEXICO CITY – Grupo Bimbo SAB de CV has launched a new sustainability strategy which, according to the company’s CEO, positions the company to do more for people and the planet by setting “transparent, ambitious and high-level goals wingspan”. The new strategy, which was developed on the basis of a materiality assessment, is defined through … Read more

Superbrewed Food Achieves Self-Asserted GRAS Status for “Postbiotic Culture Protein,” Expects First Product Launch in 2023

Superbrewed Food Achieves Self-Asserted GRAS Status for “Postbiotic Culture Protein,” Expects First Product Launch in 2023

Unlike “precision fermentation” startups that deploy synthetic biology to genetically engineer microbes to produce target molecules, or companies extracting and isolating protein from soybeans or peas, Superbrewed Foods cultivates non-GMO microbes (in this case, a bacterium commonly found in the human gut) for consumption as a complete food source. While some other players such as … Read more

Food insecurity and depression

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Food insecurityDepressionFood insecurity and depressionCorrective interventionsReferencesFurther reading Food insecurity is said to be present due to the lack of constant access to enough food for the household to lead an active and healthy life. Image Credit: Karlevana/Shutterstock.com Food insecurity Recent events such as the ongoing coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic have led to an increase … Read more

BRING FOOD SECURITY TO YOUR SUMMER HOLIDAYS

BRING FOOD SECURITY TO YOUR SUMMER HOLIDAYS

WASHINGTON DC, May 17, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Bring food safety to your summer vacation WASHINGTON, May 17, 2022 –As summer brings families and friends together for outdoor celebrations, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) wants to make sure your summer festivities are food safe. Whether you’re grilling burgers, camping or having a picnic, … Read more

Chinese cinemas are in trouble

Chinese cinemas are in trouble

The past few years have been difficult for Chinese cinemas. “Whenever there is an epidemic, cinemas are the first to be closed and the last to reopen,” said Qu Lei, a cinema manager in a city in Jiangsu province, who used an alias because she is not authorized to speak to the media. The 39-year-old … Read more

Blaming Biden for formula shortage

Rebecca Heinrich, director of the Mothers' Milk Bank, loads frozen milk donated by lactating mothers from plastic bags into bottles for distribution to babies Friday, May 13, 2022, at the foundation's headquarters in Arvada, Colo. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

AUSTIN, Texas — Republicans aiming to regain control of Congress have already refined a message centered on blaming Democrats for high inflation, expensive gasoline, migrants crossing the U.S.-Mexico border and violent crime in some cities. But GOP leaders landed this week on an issue they hope could prove even more potent: tying President Joe Biden … Read more

Back to normal? The Cannes Film Festival is getting ready to party

Back to normal?  The Cannes Film Festival is getting ready to party

After the Cannes Film Festival 2020 was canceled by the pandemic and the 2021 edition was reduced – even kisses were forbidden on the red carpet – the lavish French Riviera movie night is about to return with a festival that promises to be something normal. Or at least Cannes’ very particular brand of normality, … Read more

A Nutritionist and Harvard Brain Expert Avoids These 5 Foods That Make You “Tired and Stressed”

A Nutritionist and Harvard Brain Expert Avoids These 5 Foods That Make You "Tired and Stressed"

While many conscientious eaters constantly think about the food we eat – how it will affect our hearts, the environment and most importantly, our waistlines – we rarely think about its impact on our brains, moods and energy levels. . But the gut and the brain are in constant two-way communication, and the health of … Read more

In new book, Birx describes how data failures, bureaucracy and politics hindered Covid-19 response

In new book, Birx describes how data failures, bureaucracy and politics hindered Covid-19 response

Throughout the book, “Silent Invasion: The Untold Story of the Trump Administration, Covid-19, and Preventing the Next Pandemic Before It’s Too Late,” Birx speaks to her struggle to get through to an administration unprepared for the pandemic and President Trump, who quickly chilled on her stark projections of the damage the virus could do. “Any … Read more