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or incidence,S. pro-labor marches are planned in cities across the country Tuesday as are counter-demonstrations by far-right groups and militias in Seattle and Los Angeles raising concerns of violence Al Jazeera reports Write to Eli Meixler at elimeixler@timecomThe US House of Representatives easily approved legislation Wednesday requiring labels on genetically modified food over objections from anti-GMO groups that say the rules should be stronger The legislation already passed the Senate and the White House indicated to Bloomberg that President Obama would sign the bill into law noting that scientists have found genetically modified food to be safe Despite the controversy over the labeling standard study after study has shown that GMOs pose no risk to human health though they have other issues The legislation gives food sellers three labeling options to show that a product has been modifiedtext a symbol or an electronic link in the form of a QR code Some consumer protection groups say that symbols and links may confuse some shoppers and complained about provisions in the law that will override stronger state legislation A patchwork of laws in several states had begun to emerge with different labeling requirements Read More: These Charts Show Every Genetically Modified Food People Already Eat in the US “It is a non-labeling bill disguised as a labeling bill” said Andrew Kimbrell executive director of the Center for Food Safety “a sham and a legislative embarrassment” A diverse array of industry groups and companies including Wal-Mart and Monsanto celebrate the legislation Inconsistent state policies had hampered their business companies said The most stringent standard took effect in Vermont earlier this month Some companies including Campbell Soup and Kellogg changed their label to comply Coca-Cola said it would remove some of its products from the state because of the requirement Write to Justin Worland at justinworland@timecomThe White House’s new communications director Anthony Scaramucci likened the United States to a “disruptive startup” explaining that the country is intent on paving its own path “This nation is a disruptive start-up” Scaramucci told the BBC’s Newsnight on Wednesday CNBC reports “It was a group of rich guys that got together and said you know what we’re going to break away from the other country and start our own country” Scaramucci said referring to the American Revolution The communications director went on to say that President Donald Trump is “bringing it back to its roots of disruption” adding that “we’re going to disrupt and half the political system to take care of the American people” Contact us at editors@timecomThe rate of new HIV/AIDS infections has plummeted in hard-hit Swaziland showing the power of treatment as prevention JON HRUSA/EPA/Redux Swaziland makes major strides against its AIDS epidemic By Jon CohenJul 24 2017 2:45 PM PARIS—New data from Swaziland a tiny country in southern Africa provide some of the most convincing evidence yet that aggressively ramping up treatment for HIV/AIDS works on a population level to cut the rate of new infections The kingdom has had one of the worst HIV/AIDS epidemics in the world but since 2011 its massive scale-up of testing and treatment has slashed the rate of new infections by 44% Several studies have firmly established that when antiretroviral drugs (ARVs) are taken consistently they drive the level of HIV in the blood down below the level of detection on standard tests In response the risk of an infected person transmitting the virus plummets This led to the concept of so-called treatment as prevention and mathematical models suggest that if 73% of a population suppresses their virus new infection rates will nose-dive and epidemics can sputter out But many questions remain about this theory especially after a report last year showed that Botswana had come close to hitting this target without seeing much impact on its rate of new infections. Your doc can take a urine sample and do a rapid, Getty Images (2); Gif by Mia Tramz for TIME Which is better for you: Low fat Greek yogurt or 100 calorie Yoplait yogurt? How come regional Champions only use the Boko Haram madness as a political weapon to indict the FG while no one is bothered that Nigeria has joined Afghanistan, all your roast dinner favourites are included – chicken, known as an inversion, 6 7 8 1946 Ground-level NH 3 from April to September 2013 Fertile market 2016 1956 1968 1980 1992 2004 20 40 60 80 100 Million metric tons of nitrogen 120 140 160 (GRAPHIC) N. Contact us at editors@time. then voters shouldn’t give him a “promotion” to the White House.

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