The March Against Monsanto has been a major success, generating mass awareness across the nation – Anthony Gucciardi covers the event.
Our collective outcry of ‘NO to GMO’ is working. In hot off the press, Dow AgroSciences is still waiting for permission from regulatory bodies to allow them to plant their highly controversial new weed control system and crops called ‘Enlist.’
China has destroyed a total of at least three genetically modified corn shipments with origins from the United States in a major anti-GMO move.
A well-intentioned October 13, 2004 report in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) was intended to increase closer scrutiny of vaccines after they are on the market. However well-intentioned, though, the perspective is from MDs who honor the holy medical sacrament of vaccines.
Marijuana has recently gained some attention for helping a 6-year old boy to beat severe epileptic seizures, changing his life positively and profoundly.
Massive activism and outrage over the Monsanto Protection Act has led to a new bill that may repeal it within the Senate.
I recently sat down with Nick Bernabe, a director from the March Against Monsanto campaign, to talk about the upcoming event and activism.
The USDA is brushing off activists, saying it needs ‘more time’ to conduct environmental studies on Monsanto’s GMO crops. How is this possible with all of the studies coming out in the past months about the negative impact of GMO on the environment as well as our health?