Vaxxers are pointing their needles at Robert Kennedy Jr. after his apparent appointment by President Trump to investigate possible health risks associated with vaccinations. Pro vaccination groups say objectivity is impossible given Kennedy’s and Trump’s historical disdain for inoculations.
It’s been 30 years since the last class of antibiotics were invented; in another 30 years more than 10 million lives may be at risk from antibiotic resistance. Learn what you can do to battle pathogenic bacteria without antibiotics.
With Trump and The Republicans in power, what will be the future of Obamacare and the ACA? Here’s a look at all the factors at play, in this hotly debated issue.
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.
Is the Standing Rock issue really over? The Sioux tribe and Water Protectors are still fighting a bigger battle. This is a deep look at all the different factors at play.
Don’t look now, but up to 95 percent of the world population may be sick from a spectrum of chronic conditions. Antibiotics are failing as “intelligent” bacteria produce gooey shields. But there is hope in the form of alternative medicines. Learn what they can do for you.
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The Disneyland Measles outbreak of 2015 created a fierce battle and divide between parents and civil rights groups as they questioned whether Big Gov has a right to decide what is best for their children. SB 277 is still facing resistance; mandatory vaccination isn’t what’s best for everyone.
From Madonna to roundworms, genomes contain all the information needed to build an organism. This is a story of a biotech genius who went on to do just that after struggling with his own existence. The implications of his reassembling life’s codes are profound, both good and bad.
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.
Can anyone really want to ingest this McDonald’s sandwich made with a stew of pig meat and an ingredient found in yoga mats? Or is this simply a clever marketing ploy?
The McCrib is filled with 70 questionable ingredients including ammonium sulfate, polysorbate 80, and azodicarbonamide – a chemical also used in yoga mats. Bon appétit!
Here’s a round-up of some of the positive environmental stories of 2016 and the promise they hold for 2017.