A major professor in Argentina notes how the international scientific community has known for years that the herbicide glyphosate causes cancer.
A recent Harvard study says a widely used chemical used in US food products causes fertility issues, yet it is still allowed to be used.
Germany has approved the first nationwide fracking law which would ban fracking in specific areas to “protect drinking water, health, and the environment.”
The EU will look into 700 different chemicals to analyze their endocrine disrupting potential. The chemicals are sparking $209 billion in healthcare costs.
The WHO has recently classified the GMO herbicide ingredient glyphosate as a 2B carcinogen, which is in the same class as HPV and HIV.
Researchers estimated that up to $170 billion is being spent managing the immediate and long term effects that modern chemicals have on personal health.
Research is showing that the chemicals in Monsanto’s Roundup cause antibiotic resistance in harmful bacteria like E. coli and salmonella.
The city of San Diego, California has sued biotech giant Monsanto for polluting the city by dumping banned, carcinogenic chemicals in the bay.
Not only is bottled water environmentally hazardous, but research has actually found bottled water to harness thousands of health-destructive chemicals.
A class action lawsuit against General Mills, the maker of Cheerios, Yoplait yogurt, and Pillsbury cinnamon rolls, was just certified by a federal judge.
A lawsuit has been filed against the chemical company Dupont by West Virginia residents after being poisoned with a chemical called C8 via drinking water.
While Monsanto touts integrity, respect, and honesty, the company actually has a legacy of contamination and cover-up that dates back more than a century.
A new peer-reviewed study has found that soybean workers exposed to the herbicide chemical glyphosate suffer from DNA damage and elevated cell death.
The USDA recently claimed that current pesticides levels on food are safe, and that we should continue eating food coated with toxic chemicals.
Unfortunately, many common kitchen items do not come without health concerns – even things as simple as cooking pans and bottled water.
A new study explains that some of the cheapest and even free items in the world make the best organic fertilizer – no toxic chemicals necessary.
We know many foods contain toxic ingredients, but did you know that the personal care items we use daily are also loaded with harmful ingredients?