Following Colorado and Washington, and with more than enough signatures, it looks like Alaska could be the next state to legalize recreational marijuana
Russia is preparing a bill heavily restricting the import of genetically modified foods, as well as stop it altogether from being produced domestically.
Recently, Massachusetts announced they granted their first 20 licenses to medical marijuana dispensaries, slated to open between now and summertime.
Mark Baker raised heritage hogs his whole life, but the state of Michigan recently decided his pigs were a wild, invasive species that must be destroyed
The UK government was caught stockpiling over 450 million worth of an influenza drug called Tamiflu. The truth is, there is no transparency with big pharma.
A new study indicates a Canadian river used for drinking water contains the highest concentration of artificial sweeteners in surface waters worldwide.
Whole Foods announced they will be banning sludge, aka biosolids containing human poop, from produce. A marketing or health-related move?
The FDA announced a voluntary program in December of 2013 that would hopefully reduce the amount of antibiotics used in animals raised for food.
It’s true that the chamomile plant is great for promoting relaxation and deep sleep, but it’s also useful in fighting anxiety, depression, and even cancer.
Millions have been duped by the use of corporate language within the food products industry, and they may not even know it.
The latest non-browning genetically modified atrocity, the Arctic Apple. is coming soon thanks to modern science, but I’m not sure its safe to take a bite.
Numerous studies have found that naringin, an anti-carcinogenic compound in grapefruit, is able to reduce the growth of and destroy cancer cells without toxicity.
While fish from the ocean may be riddled with pollution and radiation, farm-raised aren’t great either. Here are 5 things you should know about farm-raised fish.
In an analysis of our First Amendment rights, attorneys determined that labeling GMOs is far from unconstitutional. It is protected under the Bill of Rights.
Pine bark extract shows promise in treating HIV/AIDS since it inhibits HIV cells from binding to other cells while suppressing the replication of HIV cells.
Recently, Connecticut, which legalized the medical marijuana program in 2012, announced medical pot would finally be available for purchase by summer 2014.
From basil to garlic, here are 37 better preservatives and anti-microbials to look to instead of the chemical cocktails being used by food manufacturers.