Kellogg’s has been making cereal since 1898. But now the company’s cereals are full of questionable genetically modified, pesticide-laden ingredients.
Bayer uses the same insecticide that has been banned throughout the EU in one of their best selling flea and tick products, Advantix. Spoiler – it is toxic.
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Researchers have found that a compound within the feverfew herb could be more successful at killing cancerous cells than an expensive chemo drug.
Hawaii is already researching the growth of industrial hemp as a bio-fuel with numerous uses. Are other states aiming to follow in this necessary step?
A judge cut a $9 billion punitive damages award to $36.8 million against Takeda Pharmaceutical Co and Eli Lilly & Co over their diabetes drug, Actos.
Are you buying packaged bread filled with questionable ingredients? Mother Nature did not intend for these 3 ingredients to be in something you eat.
Monsanto has swiped a trademarked name, BioAg, for its own chemical agricultural agenda, attempting to dominate the natural agricultural movement.
A former pro-GMO biotechnologist, Dr. Thierry Vrain has come out with a lot of info showcasing the real dangers of genetically modified foods and crops.
PaxVax is looking to Australian government officials to conduct a clinical trial of a genetically modified live bacterial vaccine against cholera.
Inventors at Ohio State University have developed what they call the world’s first solar battery which runs on light and air. A great step.
Genetic testing has confirmed the presence of genetically modified soy created by Monsanto for heavy pesticide exposure in infant formula sold in Oregon.
The herb astragalus has been found in peer reviewed studies to double survival rates of cancer patients undergoing radiation therapy.
Coca-Cola has been ordered to shut down operations in Mehdiganj, a city in India, for using too much water and violating pollution laws.
Insurance companies have begun writing Ebola exclusions into standard policies to cover hospitals, businesses, and others vulnerable to contracting Ebola.
A $25 million study on GMOs and pesticide safety is slated to occur November 11. The study will investigate the health effects of GM crops.
A Maine police chief is being challenged to a showdown by a marijuana activist looking to prove that pot use, is in fact, safer than alcohol consumption.