Sedgwick, Maine First to Enact Free Food Trade Immune to Federal Law, Say NO to Forced GMO Regulations
Citizens of Sedgwick, Maine may now “produce, sell, purchase, and consume any food of their choosing.” The bill is immune to state and federal interference.
Illinois is allowing patients with over 41 medical conditions to legally smoke marijuana, but they must give up their Second Amendment right to own a gun.
Following consumer outrage, Chick-fil-A has decided to remove high fructose corn syrup from their buns and artificial dyes from their sauces and dressings.
Researchers have discovered that curcumin may be a potentially effective natural treatment for liver cirrhosis, an ailment damaging the liver.
Sage may bring some zing to cooking, but it is also beneficial to your health. Here is a cool infographic on sage, as well as the many benefits of sage.
Due to activism from animal protection groups, Tyson food maker has been pressured into allowing animals to roam more freely to avoid animal cruelty.
A new ballot measure in southern Oregon requesting GMO labeling is being fought by the sugar beet industry, with $55,000 donated so far to defeat the bill.
In a recent study, individuals taking a Chinese herbal blend of 10 herbs, called Tianqi, were able to cut their risk of developing diabetes by 32 percent.
Even after utilizing a clearly stated religious exemption, one woman was fired when she refused to get the flu vaccine. Now she is suing the hospital.
Research has found that 3 compounds in garlic are able to get through the blood brain barrier to induce cancer cell death and prevent future cell growth.