A top federal bee scientist is being punished by the USDA for publicizing ‘honest work’ on pesticides and pollinators, though a judge ruled in his favor.
Scientists in Canada say they’ve found bacteria resistant to all antibiotics in that country dating back to 2010. Has it been around longer than we thought?
Are the new dietary guidelines based on science, or are they based more on politics and the almighty dollar?
Marijuana possession in any amount is considered a minor misdemeanor now in Toledo, Ohio, keeping more non-criminals out of jail.
There have been fewer cases of malaria in recent years, but many of the new cases are drug-resistant ones.
Fleas are mutating and becoming resistant to the chemicals commonly used to kill them, but there are safe natural remedies that get rid of the pests.
The city of Berkeley, California has decided to hold Monsanto legally liable for polluting the land and water with PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyls).
Many people have turned to Tylenol all their lives to treat their flu symptoms, but acetaminophen, the medicine’s main ingredient, may not really help.
There are more than 22,000 nurses, part of Nurses against Mandatory Vaccines (NAMV), who are refusing mandatory vaccines.
Senator Debbie Stabenow has been working overtime to make sure that biotech wins in passing GMO labeling legislation.
The EPA has missed its own risk assessment deadline in 2015 for the toxic pesticides atrazine, glyphosate, and imidacloprid.
A Carnegie Mellon study suggests we patients may be able to detect subtle changes in our bodies that predict illness.
With the help of activists and environmentalists, groundfish that were dying off fast are now returning to the West Coast.
Tropicana Pure Premium products and 4 other PepsiCo brands will soon bear the Non-GMO Project butterfly seal – starting next year.
Researchers have found alarming levels of mercury in the fog that sometimes surrounds the Golden Gate bridge, harming the ecosystem and human health.
The Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service announced the Class 1 recall of about 1,125 pounds of chicken sold at Wegmans.
A company claims it will be able to resurrect the dead by 2045 by freezing someone’s brain before they die, but scientists are wary of the claim.