New Orleans’ efforts to reduce penalties for pot possession may spur the state of Louisiana to abandon its strict laws.
Thanks to the GMO labeling law in Vermont, major GMO labeling opponent General Mills announced that it will label its products containing genetically modified ingredients.
Transparency Market Research forecasts an increase in the global glyphosate market due to increased cultivation of genetically modified crops.
Knitting yields beautiful products and reduces stress, pain, anorexia nervosa, and depression even as it heightens memory and fine motor skills.
A recently-released comprehensive report outlines 27 solutions for cutting food waste significantly, saving the country $100 billion.
Growing up with a parent who parents who smoke may increase the risk for COPD in later life, especially if your mom was a heavy smoker and you smoke, too.
Under a recently enacted law, landlords in California can no longer blow off mold problems in their rental properties. It could even be a misdemeanor.
GM modified to fight Zika may soon be released in Florida after the FDA said it believes the creatures are safe for people or the environment.
The Netherlands and Sweden recently joined France in an anti-glyphosate stance, going against Monsanto’s most widely-used herbicide.
A popular Type 2 diabetes drug has been shown in a new study to increase the risk for anemia and vitamin B12 deficiency after years of use.
Five years after the Fukushima meltdowns, Japan’s former Prime Minister Naoto Kan reflects on the ongoing disaster and lack of help from TEPCO.
The Senate passed a bill aimed at, among other things, treating heroin- and opioid-abusers rather than punishing them, but there’s no money to fund it.
The World Health Organization published a Q&A on the toxicity of glyphosate, the main ingredient in Monsanto’s Round Up herbicide. Toxicity confirmed.
A recent Associated Press poll has found that almost half of Americans no longer trust their water supplies – largely thanks to the Flint water crisis.
Authors of a newly released study show a direct correlation between vitamin D deficiency and the spreading of breast cancer cells. Time to get some sun!
Largely in response to consumer demand, Tyson will be sourcing their pork meat from pigs raised without antibiotics. But will this help with the animal cruelty?
A new study shows that if the government made fruits and veggies more affordable, it would drastically cut heart-related deaths in the U.S.