From GMOs, Monsanto, natural cures, and weird news, here are the top 10 most important natural health stories of 2014.
Anthony Gucciardi works with Feeding America to provide 20,000 meals to food banks and those in need throughout the nation.
Did you know that Monsanto tried to patent a tomato that had no biotech traits? Now, the European Patent Office has revoked Monsanto’s fraudulent patent.
Over a million people across Europe signed the petition calling for toxic trade agreement known as the TTIP to be scrapped. Here is what this means.
In a new interesting precedent, a California court has legalized a concentrated cannabis in the form of “honey oil” and “dabs” for medical use.
When given a $100 donation, a homeless man does something no one would expect – he uses it to purchase food for other homeless people.
Recent reports show that TEPCO is enjoying a staggering profit over the first half of the year with a 243 billion yen gain – an increase of 71.4 percent.
In a decision made this past week, the US Virgin Islands, will no longer prosecute those found to be in possession of one ounce or less of cannabis.
Due to glyphosate-resistant crops, farmers reaching for a new concoction of chemicals like 2,4-D are threatening the viability of vineyards across Texas.
About 45-77 percent of women breastfeed -and for good reason. Breastfeeding benefits both the baby and the mother – it can even help with weight weight.
We believe that 2015 will in fact be the historical year in the fight for food freedom and natural health — one that we simply cannot achieve without you.
The Indianapolis International Airport (IIA) has solidified its status as the nation’s largest airport-based solar farm. It’s time to go green!
Are you still trying to decide on the butter vs margarine debate? Don’t. Here are 3 important reasons to make butter a regular part of your diet.
A man named Bernardo LaPallo is over 110 years old, and says that these 5 foods are the key to his longevity. Watch what he says in this video.
Recent research has found that yoga is comparable to walking or biking in reducing numerous risk factors for the development of cardiovascular disease.
It seems there are 3 or 4 battles in the war to fight GMOs – boycott, label, ban, or take legal action. All have pros and cons. Check this out and tell us what you think.
Many people may not know it, but there are actually numerous health benefits of chocolate. Here are 10 quick reasons to enjoy chocolate.
The Chilean Juvenile Justice service is being urged to allow for the creation of an organic gardening program for young inmates.
The EU determined that being ‘too fat’ can be considered a disability – in certain circumstances. Obesity hindering job performance will be a disability.
There is evidence that dogs can sniff out cancer even before it has reached catastrophic stages. Here is one story of a dog doing just that.