We eat 193 pounds of food poisoned by Roundup every year—at levels 13 times HIGHER than those linked to serious birth defects and chronic diseases.
Pesticides are slathered onto children, sprayed into cupboards, and lathered onto pets everywhere. They may be exposing your family to neurological, immune and reproductive damage. The good news? They’re easy to avoid.
Whether it’s the proven harmful effects on our health and ecosystems or the lack of regulatory oversight, there are just too many reasons to stop using pesticides. Here are the Top 10.
With the the globalization of our food supply, insects aren’t allowed to feast on our reserves and are re-classified as ‘pests’. Similarly, native plants invade our crop areas, becoming ‘weeds’.
Plants from major home garden stores across the country are packed with enough pesticides to kill bees.
Just in time for National Honeybee Day on August 17, the mainstream media puts a spotlight on honeybees. But what are they neglecting to tell us?
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Insecticides damage genes that help fight toxins and perform other vital functions, according to a new study.
Common chemicals in weed killers and pesticides are linked to cancer and Parkinson’s. Read before you spray!
With the Monsanto Protection Act in its pocket, Monsanto doesn’t seem to care if its genetically modified wheat is illegally showing up in Oregon.
The EPA just approved the use of the new insecticide sulfoxaflor, which the agency itself admits is highly toxic to honeybees.