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  • Disgust sensitivity and kosher food preferences among the non-Jewish population in the US. [Journal Article]
    Appetite 2019; 143:104413Hamerman EJ, Schneider AB, Rozensher SG
  • About $200 billion of kosher-certified foods are purchased each year in the US, and companies can pay up to $100,000 to private agencies to certify that their products meet kosher standards. Although kosher certification is ostensibly for the purpose of Jewish religious observance, the vast majority of people who buy kosher food are not Jewish. In this study, we examine the psychological drivers …
  • Slaughter practices of different faiths in different countries. [Review]
    J Anim Sci Technol 2019; 61(3):111-121Aghwan ZA, Regenstein JM
  • This paper reviews many aspects of ritual and traditional slaughter methods used to produce meat for human consumption in different countries. Undoubtedly, meat is an important source of nutrients that are essential for human health. The global meat market has become increasingly interested in Islamic halal and Jewish kosher slaughter, in particular because of potential market opportunities. The …
  • Understanding the Orthodox Jewish family during childbirth. [Journal Article]
    Nurs Forum 2019; 54(2):220-226DeVito J
  • CONCLUSIONS: The GEM facilitated students' understanding and knowledge of cultural traditions of the Orthodox Jewish childbirth experience. Lonergan's GEM provided insights and reflection so students could become culturally competent in providing nursing care.
  • Hope, Material Resources, and Subjective Well-Being of 8- to 12-Year-Old Children in Israel. [Journal Article]
    Child Dev 2019; 90(2):344-358Kaye-Tzadok A, Ben-Arieh A, Kosher H
  • Few studies have examined the links among hope, material resources, and subjective well-being (SWB) of children from their own perspectives. The article examines lack of material resources as a risk factor, hope as a human strength, and a possible moderator regarding children's SWB. The study employed a nationally representative sample of 2,977 Jewish and Arab Israeli children (ages 8-12). As pre…
  • Regulatory science requirements of labeling of genetically modified food. [Review]
    Crit Rev Biotechnol 2018; 38(3):386-393Moghissi AA, Jaeger LM, … Bloom LL
  • This paper provides an overview of the evolution of food labeling in the USA. It briefly describes the three phases of agricultural development consisting of naturally occurring, cross-bred, and genetically engineered, edited or modified crops, otherwise known as Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO). It uses the Best Available Regulatory Science (BARS) and Metrics for Evaluation of Regulatory Sci…
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