A new $15 million project is turning useless land in Detroit into a thriving agricultural landscape, producing both food and jobs.
Professor Bruce Whitelaw has produced swine fever-resistant pigs through a new gene-editing technique., which he hopes will become FDA-approved.
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.
The Little River Band of Ottawa Indians from Manistee, Michigan is donating $10,000 to assist in providing clean water to Flint, Michigan residents.
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.
Citizens of the United States are urging president Obama to act on ‘likely-carcinogenic’ glyphosate-containing products such as Round Up immediately. Be heard!
In a first for the this fast food provider, Chick-fil-A is venturing into the world of organic foods, having launched its first organic menu option on Jan. 18.
Michigan health officials are probing a possible link between lead-contaminated water in Flint, and 2 outbreaks of Legionnaires disease.
Monsanto’s Round Up herbicide, containing the likely-carcinogenic glyphosate, is causing widespread mitochondrial dysfunction – and this is why it matters.
The Food and Drug Administration has recently given a green light to a genetically modified potato engineered to resist a certain pathogen.
As of the end of December, 2015, Sikkim has become India’s first fully organic state in the country, paving way for GMO-free, sustainable agriculture.
Research has found that Candida albicans can promote cancer by producing carcinogens, causing inflammation, and more.
Instead of locking up drug addicts, Gloucester, MA police department is helping addicts with rehabilitation while calling out Big Pharma.
A switch that is surgically implanted into the scrotum that allows men to “shut off” their sperm might be on the market by 2018.
According to the Pew Charitable Trusts, more than $27 billion was spent on marketing to physicians by the pharmaceutical industry in the year 2012.
The Food and Drug Administration recently banned 3 chemicals used in food packaging, and 8 more food additives are on the chopping block.
Genetically modified tree-creator ArborGen has been fined $53.5 million in compensation and punitive damages for defrauding its employees.