“If I had the choice, I certainly wouldn’t eat it,” said scientist Arpad Pustazai in an interview conducted after his study of GMOs. But he was silenced.
Some parents have taken to social media to warn other parents that they found clear, sharp fragments in containers of Huggies baby wipes.
In a visual representation experiment of the garbage patches around the world’s oceans, we can see just how seriously we’ve affected our waters with trash.
The U.S. went a decade without cases of the plague, but this summer the illness made headlines. Could the cause be flea-infested rodents and CA’s drought?
The World Health Organization predicts that Ireland will become the most obese nation by the year 2030. Why? Largely due to adopting a Western diet.
Birth defects are on the rise in Hawaii, leaving many to wonder if GM corn modified to withstand pesticides and the pesticides themselves are to blame.
Shocking new studies show that what the labels on meat products say and what consumers actually consume are sometimes very different things.
The truth is, a lot of organic food IS expensive, but here’s my biggest tip to buy organic food for cheap at the grocery store.
A photo of a boy named Lucas Techeir shows how pesticides such as Monsanto’s glyphosate can cause terrible ailments and disorders, even before birth.
Melamine dinnerware has been linked to a number of significant health risks because the chemicals can leach into the food. Here are safe alternatives.
Researchers tested 275,000 water samples from 62,000 locations in the US, finding that samples were saturated with uranium exceeding the EPA’s safe limit.
In Josephine County, Oregon, biotech companies have until September 4th to either harvest their crops or destroy them, or they face monetary penalties.
The FDA recently approved a new drug to manage low libido in women. But did you know there is a better, less expensive solution to boost sex drive and more?
This weekend in London individuals will be protesting the use of toxic neonicotinoids – chemicals that are killing key pollinators such as the honeybee.
A drug-resistant “superbug” has infected some patients at Huntington Memorial Hospital in Los Angeles. The outbreak is linked to duodenoscopes.
A column in the New England Journal of Medicine calls for a new review of herbicides, saying regulators have been relying on flawed and outdated research.
The look of many of the foods Americans know and love will soon be changing as food companies start removing artificial dyes from their products.