Henry I. Miller
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Articles by Henry I. Miller

Title Publication Date
The Low Tech Revolution That's Transforming Medicine Newsweek January 21, 2018
We're underfunding research on vaccines that may be able to prevent another terrible flu season Los Angeles Times January 19, 2018
The Organic Food Hoax Hoover Institution January 18, 2018
Putin is Mounting Sly, Self Serving Attacks on American Science Newsweek January 11, 2018
Supreme Court will decide the fate of an endangered frog in a regulatory swamp Washington Examiner January 11, 2018
Does Chocolate Milk Come From Brown Cows? No, seriously Newsweek December 23, 2017
We Should Stop Funding the Offensive Absurdities of the United Nations Newsweek December 22, 2017
'The Case of the Missing Frog' The Washington Times December 17, 2017
Why so many scientific studies are flawed and poorly understood Genetic Literacy Project December 13, 2017
Solve US drug shortages with imported medicine that measures up to FDA standards The Hill November 30, 2017
Scientifically Illiterate America Defining Ideas November 29, 2017
When Good Intentions Bang Heads with Unintended Consequences Newsweek November 20, 2017
Current FDA approach to genetically engineered animals is flawed The Hill November 6, 2017
A plea for the renewal of the ISBR Trends in Biotechnology November 2017
When genetic engineering came of age The Genetic Literacy Project October 30, 2017
How the Administrative State Serves Clients and Hurts Citizens American Greatness October 24, 2017
Medical innovation shouldn't cause pioneers to jump through hoops The Hill October 16, 2017
Gene Editing Is Here, and Desperate Patients Want It The Wall Street Journal October 12, 2017
A Bigger Russian Threat: Disrupting U.S. Innovation American Greatness October 5, 2017
Over-regulation at USDA is holding back American agriculture October 2, 2017
Golden rice – a miracle tarnished by irresponsible activism The Hill September 26, 2017
The U.N. Is Designed to Fail American Greatness September 26, 2017
Genetic engineering applied to agriculture has a long row to hoe Taylor & Francis Online September 21, 2017
Insecticides, raw milk, coal -- sometimes good intentions turn bad The Mercury News September 14, 2017
There's a place for both high-tech, low-tech medicine The Hill September 14, 2017
On Trial: The Right to Try Defining Ideas September 12, 2017
Is $13.7 Billion a Good Price for Whole Foods? National Review June 30, 2017
Putin's 'sock puppets': How Russia 'uses' anti-GMO activists to undermine crop biotech and science Genetic Literacy Project June 28, 2017
Attack of the Killer Petunias The Wall Street Journal June 12, 2017
Promote Health by Not Defending the E-Cigarette Ban National Review May 16, 2017
Earth Day has become polluted by ideology and ignorance Learn Liberty, A Project of IHS April 20, 2017
Congress Can Make Regulators Accountable National Review March 23, 2017
Michelle Obama And Chef Tom Colicchio Form A Misguided Partnership Forbes February 22, 2017
Fixing FDA is literally a matter of life and death The HIll January 19, 2017
The EPA Shows Again That It's an Affront to Common Sense National Review Online November 23, 2016
Is Whole Foods Channeling Tony Soprano? Forbes October 13, 2016
Congress Must Do More to Combat Unaccountable Bureaucrats' Funding of Junk Science National Review August 22, 2016
The Obama Administration lacks transparency, resists oversight The Hill's Congress Blog August 11, 2016
Whole Foods Goes From Defrauding Consumers To Endangering Them Forbes.com June 29, 2016
'GMO' Labeling We Don't Need--And Won't Get Forbes.com March 16, 2016
Kids Need Fruits And Veggies, Not False Alarms About Food Risks Forbes October 21, 2015
Whole Foods Caught With Their Thumb On The Scale And Their Hand In Your Pocket Forbes July 15, 2015
Stupid-Strategy Sweepstakes: Home Depot vs. Lowe's National Review Online May 11, 2015
You Can't Sugarcoat Distasteful Legislation Forbes June 18, 2014
Mandatory Labeling Of Genetically Engineered Foods Deserves A Warning Label Of Its Own Forbes October 9, 2013
The Right Way to Fight Obesity Defining Ideas June 19, 2013
How Much of Food Activism Is Nonsense? Regulation, Cato Institute Summer, 2013
Activism vs. The Rule of Law Defining Ideas; Hoover Institution May 22, 2013
Free market has real solutions to obesity crisis Washington Examiner May 21, 2013
How Much Of Food Activism Is New Age, Airy-Fairy Nonsense? Forbes May 15, 2013
Ideologically Contaminated Produce Shopper's Guide Undermines Health Huffington Post May 3, 2013
Animal Rights Groups Seem Benevolent But Are In Fact Radical Investor's Business Daily January 18, 2013
Front Page Felonies Forbes.com January 2, 2013
A Lack of Government Transparency Forbes.com October 24, 2012
There Are A Thousand Ways To Do An Experiment Wrong Forbes.com August 22, 2012
"Oasis" Film Is An Intellectual Desert Forbes June 6, 2012
Anti-Technology Activists Are The Real Slime Forbes April 26, 2012
The Cigarette Smokescreen Defining Ideas March 21, 2012
Avastin Should Be Re-Approved For Breast Cancer Forbes March 14, 2012
Don't put down polystyrene Orange County Register February 7, 2012
When Bureaucrats Stymie Science Defining Ideas January 14, 2012
A Confused And Confusing CDC Forbes.com October 18, 2011
Cleaning Up The EWG's Dirty Dozen Forbes.com September 28, 2011
Fat-uous Approaches To the Obesity Problem Forbes.com August 17, 2011
Fishy Legislation Defining Ideas, The Hoover Institution August 12, 2011
A political (franken)fish story The Hill July 25, 2011
Nanny Runs Amok Defining Ideas, A Hoover Institution Journal July 13, 2011
Obama healthcare: Government, heal thyself Los Angeles Times June 3, 2011
Waste And Bad Judgment Sprout At The USDA Forbes May 10, 2011
Don't buy into the chromium-6 hysteria San Jose Mercury News January 11, 2011
Avastin shouldn't make the FDA give up on 'accelerated approval' of drugs The Los Angeles Times August 17, 2010
Stop The (Health Reform) Juggernaut Forbes November 13, 2009
Shutting off the miracle-drug spigot The New York Post November 7, 2009
A Dangerous Cost-Cutting Prescription Forbes September 8, 2009
The drugs do work The Guardian August 21, 2009
The wrong way to fix the FDA The Guardian March 15, 2009

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