One of the nation’s most restrictive legalization policies for medical marijuana is reaching legislative approval in Texas.
Authors of a newly released study show a direct correlation between vitamin D deficiency and the spreading of breast cancer cells. Time to get some sun!
IKEA is considering replacing its polystyrene packaging with compostable, biodegradable mycelium packaging for environmental reasons.
As citizens suffer in China, it seems that drug prices are being slashed where it hurts – in Big Pharma’s collective wallet. Will the price gouging stop?
Largely in response to consumer demand, Tyson will be sourcing their pork meat from pigs raised without antibiotics. But will this help with the animal cruelty?
A new study shows that if the government made fruits and veggies more affordable, it would drastically cut heart-related deaths in the U.S.
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is paying Cornell and other universities to promote acceptance of genetic engineering techniques and GMO crops.
Pouches of organic applesauce for children have been recalled due to the presence of food residue in product pumps.
You need to know how officials voted this past Tuesday in the hearing for the DARK Act, (Deny Americans the Right to Know) act.
One Londoner’s sarcastic tweet about peeled oranges wrapped in plastic and sold at Whole Foods set the Internet on fire last week.
Senator Elizabeth Warren urges CDC to study medical marijuana as a means for stopping epidemic of addiction to pharmaceutical narcotics.
A jury has ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay damages of $72 million to the family of a woman who died from using products containing talcum powder.
Whole Foods has pulled some Maytag blue cheese products after the discovery of Listeria monocytogenes at the company’s dairy farm sparked a massive recall.
A Philadelphia radio host’s 41-hour bout of hiccups may have saved his life when it led to a 3-day hospitalization and diagnosis of atrial fibrillation.
Glyphosate, main ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup, is the world’s most widely used herbicide, leading to damage across the planet.
Coors Light drinkers are nonplussed by what they are calling ‘misleading advertising’ in a lawsuit filed against the brewers of one of America’s favorite beers.
Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Antonin Scalia has recently passed away, making it a little harder for guilty corporations to get away with slimy tactics.