Detroit’s Urban Blight Transforming into Food-Producing Landscape

A new $15 million project is turning useless land in Detroit into a thriving agricultural landscape, producing both food and jobs.


Are Genetically Modified Pigs up Next for Approval by the FDA?

Professor Bruce Whitelaw has produced swine fever-resistant pigs through a new gene-editing technique., which he hopes will become FDA-approved.


Women in El Salvador Told to Delay Pregnancy Until 2018 Due to Zika Virus

Health officials in El Salvador are telling women to avoid pregnancy to at least 2018 as the government tries to get a handle on the Zika virus.


We Now Know HOW Antibiotics Kill off Good Bacteria in the Gut

Scientists have recently found out HOW antibiotics kill off good bacteria in the gut, noting how the meds attack bacteria responsible for altering bile acid.


293 Patients at Mass. Hospital Possibly Exposed to HIV, Hepatitis

Nearly 300 people who underwent colonoscopies at a Massachusetts hospital may have been exposed to HIV, Hepatitis B, and Hepatitis C.


Lawsuit: Here’s Why People are Complaining About This Popular Lip Balm

Something in EOS’ Summer Fruit lip balms is making some people’s lips rash up, bleed and blister, resulting in a class action lawsuit against the company.


European Office Revokes Monsanto’s False Patent for GM Melons

The European Patent Office (EPO) is revoking a patent Monsanto has held on non-GM melons, as Monsanto falsely claimed to engineer a virus-resistant melon.


Dole Recalls Listeria-Riddled Bagged Salad After 2 Sickened, 1 Dies

A Listeria outbreak that sickened 12 people and killed 1 in the summer of 2015 has been traced back to a Dole production plant in Ohio.


Child Slaves Receive Favorable Supreme Court Ruling Against Nestle, Others

The U.S. Supreme Court rejected a bid by Nestle to throw out a lawsuit which holds the company liable for the use of child slave workers.


Zika Virus Case Confirmed in Baby in Hawaii

Health officials are concerned that Zika virus could spread far and fast after the first U.S. case was reported in a baby in Hawaii.


How Scotland’s “Organic Ambitions” Plan Will Shift the Future of Food and Farming

Scotland will launch an initiative next week aimed at boosting the country’s organic agriculture while stimulating the rural economy.


Tribe Donates $10,000 to Help Save Flint, Michigan Residents from Toxic Water

The Little River Band of Ottawa Indians from Manistee, Michigan is donating $10,000 to assist in providing clean water to Flint, Michigan residents.


German Supermarket Chain Bans Bee-Killing Neonic Pesticides on Produce

Aldi Süd, a German supermarket chain with stores in the U.S., has become the first major European retailer to ban pesticides toxic to bees, known as neonicotinoids.


Pill-Pushing Doctor Arrested After 36 Patients Die

A Georgia psychiatrist accused of running a “pill mill” has been arrested following the deaths of 36 of his patients, many of them from drug overdoses.


Huge News: Florida Launches 3 Bills for Mandatory GMO Labeling!

Due to the efforts of thousands in a grassroots campaign and some state political reps, 3 GMO labeling bills are being put forth in Florida!


Monsanto’s Greed Continues to Threaten 59 Indigenous Corn Varieties in Mexico

Monsanto faces opposition from government and citizens in Mexico, yet the company continues to put 59 unique, indigenous varieties of corn at risk.


Send a Message to Obama: Ban ‘Likely-Carcinogenic’ Glyphosate-Herbicides!

Citizens of the United States are urging president Obama to act on ‘likely-carcinogenic’ glyphosate-containing products such as Round Up immediately. Be heard!