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Stories by Karen Hopkin

Cereal Box Characters Look Down at Kids

Tony the Tiger and his kid-friendly cohort tend to gaze downward whereas the Quaker Oats guy stares straight ahead at thee. Karen Hopkin reports

 

April 15, 2014 — Karen Hopkin

Saving Troubled Knees

Silk scaffolds, grafts from pigs and green tea extracts might someday help keep injured and vulnerable joints active

December 6, 2007 — Karen Hopkin

The Risks on the Table

More than half the foods in U.S. supermarkets contain genetically modified ingredients. Have they been proved safe for human consumption?

December 1, 2006 — Karen Hopkin

Making Methuselah

Immortality may not be in the Cards, but Worms, Flies and Pigeons may be able to Teach us a Thing or Two About Living Better Longer

June 1, 2004 — Karen Hopkin

Egg Beaters

Flu vaccine makers look beyond the chicken egg

February 23, 2004 — Karen Hopkin

The Risks on the Table

More than half the foods in U.S. supermarkets contain genetically modified ingredients. Have they been proved safe for human consumption?

April 17, 2001 — Karen Hopkin

Clock Setting

Lighting up your knees may reset your circadian rhythms

April 1, 1998 — Karen Hopkin
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