What You Need to Know About the Next Generation of Genetically Engineered Foods-GMOs 2.0

It’s been over 25 years since the sale of the first GMOs occurred for human consumption. The techniques used in the development of the first generation such as GMO corn, soy, and canola, entailed moving DNA crudely from one organism to another experimentally using “transgenic” techniques or  “recombinant DNA”. Now, Continue reading

Insulin Resistance: Symptoms, causes and treatment

Diabetes is a problem that plagues many people. In fact, according to the Center for Disease Control, more than 29 million Americans have it. And the number of people afflicted is growing, as that number represents an increase from 26 million in 2010. Furthermore, the CDC reports that over 86 Continue reading

Here’s what you need to know about the silent killer: Hepatitis

28th July is not a cause for celebration, but a cause for activism, according to the organizers of the annual World Hepatitis Day (WHD). The day aims to raise global awareness of viral hepatitis and to influence change in the way hepatitis is managed and prevented, with the overall aim Continue reading

What is the Difference between Employment Authorization Documents (EAD) and a Green Card?

As a foreign worker in the United States, you are entitled to be employed in various categories. As most people are aware, you are only allowed to work if you are granted permission in one of these categories. But after this, it becomes confusing. What’s the difference between an Employment Continue reading

Juvenile Life Insurance Offers Parents Financial Protection in Difficult Times

Life Insurance is something that people generally don’t want to think about, and this is especially true when it comes to juvenile life insurance. No one wants to think about the potential of losing a loved one, but when that loved one is a child the topic becomes particularly difficult. Continue reading