A photograph of a young girl suffering from pesticide-induced health problems has made a massive difference in the lives of children exposed to pesticides.
Genetic modification using new technologies like CRISPR has been called a “weapon of mass destruction and proliferation.”
“Organyc” panty liners, made in Italy, have been recalled due to glyphosate traces. U.S.-made tampons and sanitary pads have had similar problems.
The German beer industry is in shock after finding that 14 different popular beer brands have traces of the ‘probably’ carcinogenic herbicide, glyphosate.
Drinking 2 extra cups of coffee a day can’t reverse liver cirrhosis, but it may cut the risk of developing it by more than 40%.
An outbreak of E. coli and an outbreak of salmonella have been linked to 2 separate alfalfa sprout producers.
Key evidence of glyphosate’s toxicity has been withheld from the WHO’s IARC as a “trade secret,” and sparking a conflict between the EU and US.
Monsanto isn’t cheering the news that U.S. organic food sales have approached $37 billion annually. The trend shows no sign of slowing.
Kenneth Frazier, a chief executive of Merck, wants you to know why drug prices have gotten so out of hand. And we will tell you some real reasons.
An over 15-year study finds children are suffering lung damage and other problems due to pesticides. The damage is similar to that caused by secondhand smoke.
Marc Edwards, who had helped expose lead-contaminated drinking water in Flint, Michigan, explains how academic pressures damage scientists’ integrity.
A new study analyzing data on milk and meat found that the organic varieties contain 50% more omega-3s than the non-organic types.
Following glaring reports and consumer worry, it appears that the U.S. FDA will being testing food for levels of the toxic herbicide chemical, glyphosate.
Want food transparency? The Real Co. is launching the “Single Origin” food label to tell consumers exactly where their food comes from.
Findings of a study on the link between sucralose and cancer that caused uproar in 2013 have finally been published.
The Dutch Donor Feces Bank (NDFB) poop bank was set up in the Netherlands in an effort to reduce the prevalence of infection by Clostridium difficile, or C. diff.
France’s Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety suggests glyphosate is likely a category 2 carcinogen, meaning it is cancerous to human beings.