Recently, lawmakers in Michigan decided to add PTSD to the list of diagnoses eligible for medical marijuana treatment. One step closer.
GMO labeling bill H. 112 in Vermont was unanimously approved by the Senate Judiciary Committee. Will GMO labeling soon come to the good people of Vermont?
One organic winemaker in France was facing a possible 6 months in jail after he ignored a court order that mandated he spray his grapes with pesticides.
Following crop failure in seven different districts in Karnakata, Mahyco’s GMO Bt cotton hybrid MRC-7351 has been permanently banned.
The FDA admits that TDap vaccines have not been reviewed for carcinogenic or mutagenic results. The vaccine also has links to numerous diseases.
Previously refusing large volumes of GMO corn, China has yet to approve a genetically modified corn strain called MIR162, created by biotech giant Syngenta.
Kroger is in the middle of a lawsuit for making false claims about its Simple Truth Natural Chicken, saying it’s cage-free and raised in humane conditions.
The DEA and federal government are lying about marijuana and trying to block the study of medical marijuana benefits – as if most aren’t already known.
The California Senate Health Committee passed SB 1381 which would require the labeling of all genetically engineered foods – a step in the right direction.
India’s Environmental Minister is giving the O.K. for bullying biotech and Big Ag to conduct trials for more than 200 transgenic varieties of GMO crops
A recent poll found an overwhelming 81 percent of voters in Iowa support medical marijuana, while a mere 17 percent were opposed.
The Advertising Standards Authority in South Africa recently banned a Monsanto radio ad claiming it was making unsubstantiated claims about GMO.
Here are 5 places in the US rejecting fluoride, and one in Europe getting the fluoride out of their water – all just since the beginning of 2014.
We may not agree with everything that Putin does in the name of Russia, but at least he is willing to protect his people from genetically modified foods.
Former (DARPA) director and now Google Executive, Regina E. Dugan unveiled a small, ingestible microchip that we can all be expected to swallow by 2017.
Though more than half of voters support legalization of recreational marijuana in New Jersey, the governor will never budge on all-out marijuana resistance.
A new study indicates more high school students than ever are exposed to drug testing programs, despite the fact that they do far more harm than good.