Russian Govt Completely Bans GMOs in Food Production

Russia just announced a game-changing move in the fight against Monsanto’s GMOs, banning the use of genetically modified ingredients in food production.

Flashback: Monsanto Profits Fell 15% on Weak Sales of GM Seed

Monsanto’s stock did even more poorly than analysts expected last quarter, with stock dropping 15 percent due to a ‘stronger dollar, and weak seed sales.’

6 Tips on How to Stop Restless Legs Syndrome Naturally

Restless legs syndrome is a disruptive and often painful ailment, but there ARE solutions. Here are 6 tips on how to stop restless leg syndrome naturally.

Oklahoma Sees 2800% Increase in Earthquakes over 5 Years – Here is Why

The state of Oklahoma has gone from experiencing 20 earthquakes in 2009 to 585 in 2014. As fracking increased in the state, so did the shaking.

8 States Support Vermont in Fight Against Monsanto and GMOs

Connecticut, Hawaii, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, & Washington are in support of Vermont’s GMO labeling law.

Family of Florida Boy Poisoned by Fumigation Chemicals Sues Terminix

The family of a boy who suffered severe brain damage after being exposed to fumigation chemicals in his home has recently filed a lawsuit against Terminix.

11 Ayurvedic Supplements Recalled Over High Lead and Mercury Levels

Eleven Ayurvedic dietary supplements found to contain high levels of mercury are being voluntarily recalled by New York company Butala Emporium.

Health Officials in Cincinnati and Kentucky Extend Toxic Algae Bloom Advisory

Health officials in Cincinnati and Kentucky are telling people to continue staying out of the water due to a toxic algae bloom as conditions persist.

Activists in Kenya Protest Against GMO Food Introduction

Nairobi activists in Kenya held banners shunning the introduction of GM food along Kenyatta Avenue to send a message to Deputy President William Russo.

Study: Virus in Cattle Linked to Increased Risk of Breast Cancer

Scientists found that a significant number of breast cancer cells in women with breast cancer showed evidence of exposure to bovine leukemia virus, or BLV.

How Our Facewash and Soap are Polluting the Waterways

You know those microbeads that are found in toothpaste, facewash, and hand soap? They are terrible for the environment, and you should stop using them.

96% of Deceased NFL Players Showed Signs of Brain Disease in New Study

Researchers have discovered that of 91 deceased professional football players, most of them showed evidence of a degenerative brain disease.

Investors Demand that McDonald’s Ban the Use of Antibiotics in its Meat

Days after McDonald’s said it will shift to using cage-free eggs, investors started pressuring the fast-food chain to remove antibiotics from all its meat.

Toddler with Type 2 Diabetes Believed to be Youngest Patient Ever Diagnosed

A sad story has emerged out of Texas about a 3-year-old obese girl who is believed to be the youngest patient to ever be diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes.

5 Healthy ‘Weeds’ Worth Saving for Natural Medicine

Consider adding a few of these 5 (sometimes ugly) weeds to your natural medicine chest – they can help with more ailments than you would think.

Spooky: Alzheimer’s Disease may be Spread Through Surgical Tools

A new study suggests the terrifying possibility that Alzheimer’s disease could be transmitted from person to person through some medical procedures.

Canada’s National Organic Week Celebrates Sustainable Food Across the Country

This September 19-27th Canadians will celebrate one of the largest organic events in the country involving activists from all over Canada and the world.