A Northern California water district legally charged a smaller competitor millions in extraction fees for drawing water from wells on its own property.
Coca-Cola and Pepsi Co. are battling to have their beverage lines sold at San Francisco State University. Will either soda giant make it in?
The National Institutes of Health is set to launch a new study into how exposure to environmental toxins can spark disease at a young age.
The California Supreme Court ruled that consumers have a right to file lawsuits alleging food products are falsely labeled “organic.”
A new British report commissioned by David Cameron says the use of antibiotics in agriculture is fueling the spread of drug-resistant bacteria.
Google has filed a patent for a needle-free blood draw system that would be built into smartwatches, or even smartphones.
Bacteria resistant to ALL antibiotics have arrived in Europe, and experts fear it could be the start of a global epidemic of untreatable infections.
Citizens of Flint, Michigan have filed a federal class action lawsuit accusing the city government of exposing them to water with high levels of lead.
The National Restaurant Association filed suit over New York City’s rule requiring some restaurants to put salt warnings on menus oversteps legal authority.
DAESH has been dumping rotting corpses in the streets of Syria, and now a flesh-eating bug is spreading across the country.
Sign this petition telling Kraft Foods to stop making Capri Sun juices packaged in non-recyclable, non-biodegradable pouches made of metal and plastic.
How will you know if your store is going to sell the newly approved genetically modified salmon, since the FDA does not require labeling?
Séralini, the scientist known for his research linking GM feed with cancerous tumor growth in rats, recently won defamation and forgery court cases.
Alaska fishermen are concerned that the newly-approved genetically modified salmon could tank the fishing industry.
Independent labs have found that 100 percent of the corn tested in Frito Lay’s Sun Chips is full of genetically modified Bt toxic pesticide and glyphosate.
One Louisville, Kentucky, woman thought the bump on her arm was a spider bite. It turned out to be a serious infection caused by a hair tie.
The US EPA recently reversed its registration of Dow AgroScience’s latest one-two punch in herbicide, Enlist Duo, meant for mass use on America’s crops.