Do you indulge in sushi? Make a mean risotto? Feed your child infant rice cereal? Considering there are high levels of arsenic in rice and so few regulations on its production, it would be wise to reconsider how much of this grain goes on your plate.
Did you know that the companies rake it in during flu season? It’s a $4 billion global industry. And it’s not even a for sure thing. Here we provide natural alternatives.
The onslaught of pesticide-promoting GE crops on the Hawaiian Islands raises areas of concern: the impacts of pesticide exposure on public health and the threat to native biodiversity.
Front groups have been hitting environmental and food-conscious moms, activists, and every day people hard – stooping lower than you could imagine.
Educate your children or students about the bees and help get the director to present her film at the Milan Film Festival.
Here are some take home tips on how to protect your self from the sun and dangerous mainstream sunblock brands.
Additives called “excitotoxins” may play a major role in the development of Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, migraines, and other serious ailments.
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If you want to steer away from crap in your food supply, you’re encouraged to buy organic. Isn’t it ironic that you have to pay more not to get poisoned?
Kids backpacks, birthday balloons, cars, and more are under fire for containing dangerous toxins like lead, cadmium, and phthalates.
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The time is now to make some small changes that can make a big impact on our planet. And it starts with swapping that hamburger for a veggie burger.
Find out why American bathroom habits are unhealthy, unhygienic, and unsustainable.
Bacteria like Staph have become resistant to antibiotics. Recent studies support the use of silver to treat these infections.