Jessica Alba’s Honest Company is being sued by a customer who claims the company is not so honest. The fuss is over reportedly ineffective sunscreen.
Could using your favorite handheld device outside on a sunny day increase your risk of skin cancer? Here is what some research has to say.
State and local lawmakers in New York called on retailers to stop selling synthetic marijuana, or K2, saying the drug is turning people into zombies.
Researchers found that children are at an increased risk of brain cancer if either parent had been exposed to herbicides up to 2 years before the birth.
Defense officials say the Pentagon will announce plans to place a moratorium on all operations at 9 labs with viruses, toxins, and bacteria such as anthrax.
Researchers say people are 4 times more likely to come down with the common cold if they get less than 6 hours of sleep each night.
Pfizer faces a $2 billion lawsuit that accuses its Wyeth unit of failing to pay Medicaid rebates for a stomach drug called Protonix.
A class action lawsuit against Chipotle claims that the restaurants has never been GMO-free as it claims to be, and has never tried to prove it.
It is being revealed that laboratory rodent feeds for both test AND control groups are highly contaminated with pesticides, toxic metals, PCBs, and GMOs.
Too many people, believing stem cell research to be the holy grail of medical science, are willing to try untested procedures in an effort to treat what ails them.
The Department of Veterans Affairs has confirmed allegations made by a whistleblower that more than 250,000 veterans with pending applications for VA health care are likely deceased.
In a class action lawsuit against Monsanto, 5 experts in the field have signed their names to a statement that will hopefully put Monsanto out of business.
The USDA has recently deregulated the 2nd generation genetically modified non-browning, non-bruising Innate™ potato from the J.R. Simplot Company.
The FDA recently sent a warning letter to 5 powdered caffeine manufacturers due to the likely possibility that people could overdose with a single teaspoon.
In 1967. soybean growers and food manufacturers started growing a ‘cheap’ oil to sell. As a result, we now consume 1000 times more soybean oil today.
Grocery stores throw away 26 percent of perfectly good produce every year – all because they are not pretty and often deformed. We need to save the uglies!
genetically modified crops reportedly come with increasingly-high costs and few benefits, and as a result, many farmers are refusing to plant them.