The FDA is seeking public comment on what the definition of “healthy” should be as it applies to foods. Current standards may surprise you.
Over 2,000 women have sued Johnson and Johnson over allegations that their talcum powder causes cancer. Now, another woman has come forward.
Like the pharmaceutical industry, the alcohol industry is fighting marijuana legalization over fears that legal weed would pose too much competition.
Greenpeace has discovered that Bayer and Syngenta hid research proving its neonicotinoid pesticides cause substantial harm to honeybees.
A study published on September 15 shows that in states where medical marijuana is legal, fewer people use opioid drugs.
People around the world are furious over Nestle’s latest escapade: buying a drought-stricken town’s water supply.
A marijuana-based childhood epilepsy drug has taken 1 step closer to approval after phase 3 clinical trial results kids had a 42% reduction in seizures.
Monsanto has licensed the CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing tool, which will allow the agritech giant to add and delete DNA from crops.
The FDA will host a contest that will allow programmers to submit a smartphone app designed to reduce opioid overdose deaths.
U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch admitted in a speech at a Kentucky high school that marijuana is NOT a gateway to harder drugs.
The UN General Assembly formally approved a declaration aimed at helping world leaders tackle the humanity-threatening problem of antibiotic resistance.
Kratom will be banned as a Schedule I substance this next week, though many are opposed. How can it be proven that it has medicinal benefits?
In the wake of toxic levels of pollution, scientists have developed over the counter inhalers to help protect lungs from the worst of it.
Doctors are now able to prescribe medical-grade heroin to severely addicted patients who haven’t been able to get clean via other methods.
France is set to be the first country in the world to ban non-biodegradable plastic cutlery, but many companies are opposed.
A sinkhole has been leaking radioactive water into Florida’s drinking supply, and the company responsible has concealed it for weeks.
A Connecticut toddler is carrying an antibiotic-resistant form of E. coli, making her the 4th person in the U.S. found to be harboring the superbug.