The EPA denied an emergency request from Texas to use toxic propazine to kill the resistant superweeds, for once protecting people from more biotech poison.
A study from Oxford University suggests that only 8.2 percent of human DNA is functional. Is our ‘junk’ DNA really useless, or is there more to the story?
Researchers have paired the spice turmeric with the anti-nausea drug thalidomide to create “hybrid molecules” to kill multiple myeloma cancer cells.
Wild monkeys exposed to Fukushima’s radiation are showing alarming changes in their blood composition as well as a compromised immune system.
The little-grown purple sweet potato could be used to develop a plant-based food coloring that is both safe (unlike artifical colors) and pretty.
The U.S. recently lifted their ban on chicken imports from China and will not require the processed chicken to mention where it came from.
One government agency has come to its senses, agreeing to eliminate bee and butterfly-toxic neonicotinoids in the Pacific Region of the NW Wildlife Refuges.
The state of Michigan decided to direct its minimal resources to crack-down on a few small food co-ops in the city of Standish for offering farm-fresh food.
Studies have found that carotenoids found in carrots lead to more attractive skin tones than a tan from natural sunlight. Beauty is in food.