A switch that is surgically implanted into the scrotum that allows men to “shut off” their sperm might be on the market by 2018.
According to the Pew Charitable Trusts, more than $27 billion was spent on marketing to physicians by the pharmaceutical industry in the year 2012.
The Food and Drug Administration recently banned 3 chemicals used in food packaging, and 8 more food additives are on the chopping block.
Genetically modified tree-creator ArborGen has been fined $53.5 million in compensation and punitive damages for defrauding its employees.
A top federal bee scientist is being punished by the USDA for publicizing ‘honest work’ on pesticides and pollinators, though a judge ruled in his favor.
In 1 Alabama town, the rate of TB infection is greater than those in many third-world countries since many residents are unwilling to be tested or treated.
Monsanto’s plans to construct a $90 million GM corn processing plant in Independence, Iowa have reportedly been scrapped due to a ‘struggling farm economy.’
Scientists in Canada say they’ve found bacteria resistant to all antibiotics in that country dating back to 2010. Has it been around longer than we thought?
Are the new dietary guidelines based on science, or are they based more on politics and the almighty dollar?
Marijuana possession in any amount is considered a minor misdemeanor now in Toledo, Ohio, keeping more non-criminals out of jail.
USDA Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack has announced a closed-door, invitation-only meeting to continue the bidding of the biotech industry.
There have been fewer cases of malaria in recent years, but many of the new cases are drug-resistant ones.
Greenpeace said in a report released last Wednesday that farmers in northeast China are illegally growing genetically modified corn.
Panera Bread announced recently that its entire soup menu is now free of artificial colors, flavors, sweeteners, and preservatives.
Yoplait and Dannon are displeased with a new ad campaign by Chobani that calls out the companies for putting artificial ingredients in its low-cal yogurts.
The attorney general of West Virginia is suing 11 drug distributors for illegally flooding the state with prescription pain pills that fueled drug abuse.
Fleas are mutating and becoming resistant to the chemicals commonly used to kill them, but there are safe natural remedies that get rid of the pests.