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Oz government should provide more support for complementary medicine

Oz government should provide more support for complementary medicine

By RJ Whitehead

According to Australia’s Complementary Healthcare Council, 2014 will put an ever-increasing burden of chronic health problems on the country’s healthcare system. As a result, the body is urging the government increase prominence for complementary medicines...

The vandalised golden rice field site showing uprooted and trampled plants.

Is GM rice’s future golden?

By Annie-Rose Harrison-Dunn

A recent attack on a GM golden rice trial field in the Philippines has raised questions about the future of the project in the country and beyond.

India must accept that traditional foods aren't necessarily the safest

Subcontinent tastes

India must accept that traditional foods aren't necessarily the safest

By Dr Carrie Ruxton PhD, registered dietitian, Scotland

In the first article in a new a series examining Indian diets and health, a British dietitian urges India not to make the same mistakes that were made in her country, but instead safeguard the health of future generations.

GOED Asia Pacific Vitafoods Europe 2012

Dispatches from Vitafoods Europe 2012

South Korea, China and Indonesia: Omega-3 ‘ones to watch’

By Kacey Culliney from Geneva

South Korea is Asia’s fastest growing omega-3 market underpinned by new government legislation with high recommended daily intake (RDI) levels but China and Indonesia also hold potential, according to executive director of GOED.

Indian consumers are not ready for healthy options that taste differently from the full-calorie version

Health foods yet to catch up in India

By Ankush Chibber

Two product withdrawals in India for sugar-free and fat-free foods suggest that the country's consumers may not yet be ready for healthy options that taste differently from the full-calorie original.

New Zealand backs A1 milk safety

New Zealand backs A1 milk safety

By Shane Starling

Regular milk has won a vote of support for its general safety after the New Zealand government backed a European assessment that found no concerns about the A1 casein forms it contains and reversed an earlier commitment to conduct a review of its own.

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