Neonicotinoids tied to numerous bee death-cases in the past have once again been pinpointed for destroying 600 hives and about 37 million bees in a Canadian town called Elmwood.
Summer time is beach time, or at least poolside time. But if you want some protection form the sun’s UV rays, don’t always reach for toxic sunscreens. Instead, pack some extra virgin coconut oil along with your beach towel and umbrella.
UC Irvine researchers have found that the common herb known as Golden Root, King’s Crown, Arctic Root, or simply Rhodiola rosea, significantly increased the lifespan of laboratory animals, namely fruit flies, and in a way that is different than other common means of prolonging life. Normally dietary restriction is what makes lab animals (and people) live longer. […]
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a completely made-up ailment, according to the “father” of ADHD, Leon Eisenberg, who made the shocking admission in the last interview before his death.
Recent research reported in The Journal of Pain shows that primary care physicians are predominantly prescribing non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications, called NSAIDS to combat inflammatory-related issues. But as you may suspect, inflammation can be reduced drastically with some very inexpensive, natural remedies.
While some countries ban ingredients that cause things like cancer and organ failure—the U.S. doesn’t only allow them to be sold, but doesn’t warn consumers.
Officials are saying activists are behind the destruction of GMO sugarbeet crops in Jackson County, Oregon this month, a possible attempt to shock the federal government and big agriculture.
Would you consider scorpion venom ‘safe’? The next ‘safe’ GMO food for you to consume is a genetically altered cabbage that has been gene spliced with scorpion venom because it is more ‘resistant’ to Roundup ready chemicals, and of course they are telling us it is safe.
Genetically modified wheat found in an Oregon field has many people talking about the potential for GM crops to contaminate the traditional, non-GMO food supply. But these rogue wheat seeds from Monsanto aren’t the only problem. As a matter of fact, genetically modified flax seeds from the late 1990s are still being found across the globe.
In the case of unapproved GM wheat recently found in Oregon, Monsanto is pointing it’s fingers at activists, suggesting sabotage.