The EPA and FDA are about to approve a whole new type of pesticides to be unleashed on crops fields and the public. What will it take for this to stop?
Much controversy surrounds the efficacy and safety of the Human Papillomavirus vaccine, leading to the first lawsuit against Spain’s health authorities.
A recent poll suggests 77 percent of residents in the Northwestern region of the U.S. would prefer that GMO-containing foods be labeled.
A village in China, Bama Yao, holds some of the oldest, healthiest people in the world. The secret is in the diet, which includes lots of hempseed.
Michael Farrell, head of the CDC’s Bioterror Rapid Response and Advanced Technology Laboratory, will be reassigned as the anthrax scare is investigated.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack wants to institute an extended barcode that would say whether a product contains genetically modified ingredients or not.
The media says oral polio vaccinations are eradicating polio in Middle Eastern countries, but partial truths, important factual omissions, and lies abound.
The French Risk’OGM project was intended to follow up on the Séralini study showing tumors in rats, but it seems biotech is causing the project to halt.
It is only a matter of time before your state legalizes marijuana. These 6 states may be most likely to legalize marijuana in some form in the near future.
Congress members declared outright and out loud that they believe Americans are too stupid to read GMO labels were they to be mandatory.
A bizarre act of justice, federal police gave one man a $525 fine for refiling his 89 cent soda at a hospital. The hospital withdrew the fine the next day.
Beyond Pesticides is asking the EPA to reject an emergency request by Texas farmers to use a controversial pesticide on GE cotton to control super weeds.
A recent report from Colorado suggests that tourists make up about half of legal recreational marijuana purchases, especially in ski-resort areas.
Steve Marsh is an organic farmer who lost a court case over GMO crop contamination, but is now appealing the ruling with support of several non-GMO groups.
The Los Angeles city attorney, Mike Feuer, wants to shut down a medical marijuana ‘farmer’s market’ that popped up in the city over the 4th of July weekend.
A report from the UK House of Commons supports the British government’s plan to push GMO crops, though is silent on which crops will be grown.
Berkeley, California recently passed an ordinance that requires medical marijuana dispensaries to provide charitable pot to poor patients in need.