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Systemic pesticides were pedaled as a safe alternative to older type poisons, but it turns out they are way more insidious not to mention deadly to our bees.
There’s a mountain of scientific evidence on the toxicity of fluoride and its harmful effects on our health. So why is it still added to a majority of municipal water sources?
After years of secretly taking Xanax for sleep, HoneyColony cofounder Maryam Henein was successfully able to kick America’s beloved and addictive benzo to the curb, all with the help of a plant compound, better known as CBD.
In 2014, Kim and Theo Hanson received news that Kim had developed breast cancer; they learned the hard way that what we eat matters.
With Trump now in office, what is the future of our endangered bees? Two months in, and things don’t look so promising.
Most Americans have 400 to 800 industrial toxins flowing through their veins. Here are five great products to get the gunk out!
HoneyColony’s Maryam Henein has run into 11 male motorists masturbating over the course of her life. At first she was shocked, and then, she became fascinated. What compels a man to whip it out on the road and violate women?
The 500 calorie HCD diet is not for the skittish or undisciplined. Follow one woman’s day by day journey into weight loss — and an unpleasant surprise along the way.
According to latest reports, exposure to neonicotinoid-treated flowering crops has been shown to have significant negative effects on much more than free flying wild bees.
Gerber claims their iron-fortified rice cereal is just what babies need when they are ready to start eating solid foods. But according to Gerber’s ingredients, the product is neither good nor safe.
An American of Greek heritage documents the decline of healthful agricultural practices that have spread from the U.S. to Greece. Use of pesticides have compromised and tainted crops to the extent that farmers refuse to eat their own produce.