New Report Expects a Million Cancer Deaths from Fukushima Fallout

A new report outlines how the Fukushima nuclear meltdown has spiked thyroid cancers by 230x and could result in up to 1 million more cancers.

Farmers in India Reject GM Crops After Whitefly Attack Destroys Cotton Fields

Farmers in India are having doubts that genetically modified cotton is providing much benefit after a whitefly attack ravaged their fields.

Hawaii Test Fields to be Infiltrated with GM Bananas

The Hawaii State Department of Agriculture conducted an impromptu meeting to allow biotech to ‘field test’ genetically modified bananas.

Syngenta Now Patenting Natural Foods with NO GM Biotechnology

Companies like Syngenta and Monsanto have been patenting REAL food which was not made in a lab using gene splicing or editing techniques.

Biotech Takes Another Beating: Companies Valeant and Theranos Tell Bigger Picture

The biotech industry has taken a beating lately, and this is evident in Monsanto’s numerous actions of late. But there is even more to the story.

Does This Monsanto Deal Signal a Bleak Biotech Future?

For an undisclosed sum, Monsanto’s Climate Corporation will sell its Precision Planting farm equipment business to Deere & Co.

Sacramento Water Utility Hid Carcinogens in Drinking Water

Sacramento water utility officials exposed residents to dangerously high levels of carcinogenic disinfection byproducts for a year without their knowledge.

New Zealand Releases Full Text of TPP (Monsanto’s Dream Trade Deal)

The New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs released the full text of the Trans Pacific Trade Partnership deal, which the public is massively rejecting.

Federal Judge Upholds Mexican GM Ban after over ‘100 Appeals by Biotech’

A federal judge in Mexico recently upheld a a ban on genetically modified corn which was put in place in 2013.

Most of the Glyphosate Sprayed in CA is Applied in Poor Areas

More than 50% of the glyphosate sprayed in Monsanto is applied in impoverished areas populated by mostly Hispanic and Latino residents.

Whole Foods Hopes to Draw more Consumers with Lower Prices

In a bid to bring in new business and recoup losses, Whole Foods said it will start offering deep discounts and start opening its 365 stores in fiscal 2016.

Pennsylvania Proposes Much Stricter New Vaccine Rules

Pennsylvania’s health and education departments seek to give parents just 5 days to get all of their vaccinations after starting school.

Toxic Algae Bloom Delays California Crabbing Season

Warmer sea temperatures caused by El Nino have caused a massive toxic algae bloom that has left Dungeness crabs with high levels of a dangerous neurotoxin.

American Prescription Drug use more than Doubles

Prescription drug use among American adults has more than doubled, especially medications to treat diabetes, heart disease and other obesity-related drugs.

Raw Milk Farmer Jailed for Removing Gov’t Surveillance Cameras from Own Property

A Canadian farmer that provides raw milk to his community was arrested and jailed for removing government surveillance cameras from his own property.

10 of the Filthiest Items in Your Home

Do not be surprised if you feel a little sick after you look at this list of the 10 most bacteria-, mold- and yeast-prone places and items in your house.

Group Says CDC ‘Attends Secret Meetings’ to Hide Lyme Disease Dangers from Public

The The Mayday Project has accused the CDC of violating federal law by participating in secret meetings to hide Lyme Disease dangers from public.