Scotland, Ireland, Japan, and Denmark want to have open discussions about the administration of HPV vaccines and their potential corresponding dangers.
The biotech industry has taken a beating lately, and this is evident in Monsanto’s numerous actions of late. But there is even more to the story.
A federal judge in Mexico recently upheld a a ban on genetically modified corn which was put in place in 2013.
More than 50% of the glyphosate sprayed in Monsanto is applied in impoverished areas populated by mostly Hispanic and Latino residents.
Pennsylvania’s health and education departments seek to give parents just 5 days to get all of their vaccinations after starting school.
A Canadian farmer that provides raw milk to his community was arrested and jailed for removing government surveillance cameras from his own property.
Residents of Lane County have begun work collecting signatures to get a GMO crop cultivation ban onto the May 2016 ballot.
A federal judge in San Francisco has issued a landmark ruling that could finally halt the DEA from harassing medical marijuana dispensaries.
The U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry met to discuss GMOs, but they merely cheered on Monsanto and ignored real issues.
Valeant Pharmaceuticals has been called the pharmaceutical Enron, so now the whole Big Pharma and biotech sector is crumbling even harder.
Monsanto has pressured the Joint FAO/WHO Meeting on Pesticide Residues (JMPR) to “reassess” their best-selling herbicide, glyphosate.
A glaring omission from almost all biotech discussions of genetically engineered crops is the fact that a host of chemicals is required to grow them.
DuPont has been dumping the chemical, Perfluorooctanoic Acid (PFOA), into the water supply for decades, igniting many lawsuits. Now, someone won.
The New England Journal of Medicine tackles 2 new serious concerns over genetically modified organisms and the pesticides used to grow them.
After his neighbor’s GMO crops contaminated his organic farm, Australian organic farmer Steve Marsh is taking his case to the Australian High Court.
Is Monsanto finally going down? The biotech giant announced a plan to cut 2,600 jobs in an effort to cut costs — about 11.6 percent of the workforce.
A federal appeals court recently struck down the EPA’s approval of an insecticide called sulfoxaflor in order to protect the nation’s honey bees.