The FDA is cracking down on 14 companies which the agency claims is selling untested and unapproved cancer treatments online.
The USDA has quietly scrapped plans to start testing food for glyphosate, the primary component of the Monsanto-made herbicide RoundUp.
Newly unsealed documents show an EPA official may have helped kill a study linking glyphosate to cancer.
The state of Washington is suing Monsanto over the company’s production of PCBs, which have contaminated “every waterway in the state.”
U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy released a 428-page report that includes shocking statistics and a plan for fixing the nation’s opioid crisis.
The number of cancer deaths in women is expected to increase 60 percent by 2030, particularly in low- and medium-income countries.
A meta-analysis of numerous studies suggests that drinking alcohol may actually cause seven types of cancer. Maybe we should all cut down a little.
More communities are stopping their drinking water from being fluoridated, and a handful of U.S. towns went to the polls on Nov. 8 to voice their opinions.
New information reveals Monsanto and Dow’s weed killer Agent Orange used during the Vietnam War harmed more people than previously thought.
A U.N. expert says that junk food is a human rights issue, and that poor people often have to choose between affordable food and nutritious food.
A new study links exercise with a lower risk of dying early from alcohol-related cancer and other health problems. Cool, right?
Children in the United Kingdom are consuming double the amount of the recommended daily allowance of sugar. An initiative to combat the problem is underway.
Researchers were shocked to find that the number of cancer diagnoses among children and young people in the U.K. had risen 40% in the past 16 years.
Activists are urging Congress to require schools to test PCB levels following a Harvard study showing that up to 26,000 schools contain toxic levels.
When a person quits smoking, the majority of the genetic damage eventually fades. However, a new study suggests that part that damage is permanent.
Over 2,000 women have sued Johnson and Johnson over allegations that their talcum powder causes cancer. Now, another woman has come forward.
For the first time, those with common cancers can expect to live at least 10 years after their diagnosis. However, this can create issues for the long-term.