By Jimmy Downs
Wednesday May 22, 2013 (foodconsumer.org) -- Fluoride added to 75% of drinking water in the U.S. has been known for long to cause a range of diseases and health conditions including IQ decline, thyroid disease, bone cancer in boys and skeletal fluorosis and dental fluorosis.
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Insecticide sales are surging after years of decline, as American farmers plant more corn and a genetic modification designed to protect the crop from pests has started to lose its effectiveness.
Two interesting studies have come up over the past month on heart attacks. Scientists have found a temporary condition that can quadruple your chance of having a heart attack.
For the fourth time since 1956, Oregon's biggest city just refused to add the anti-cavity compound to its famously clean tap water
Connecticut business owners, legislators, farmers, and residents rallied outside the capitol Tuesday morning to press state legislators to move on a bill that would require labels on genetically modified foods.
Doctors, health researchers and a magistrate are welcoming likely new rules designed to halt the over-prescribing of controversial anti-anxiety medication Xanax.
PORTLAND, Ore. — Early returns showed Portland residents voting to keep their city the largest in the U.S. without fluoride in the water.
With more than half the expected ballots counted Tuesday night, the Multnomah County election website showed the fluoride proposal failing, 60 percent to 40 perc
If youre searching for the fountain of youth, you might try stocking your fridge with lots of produce and fish. Then throw a few vitamin D3 supplements in for good measure.
Hartford — Proponents of a bill that would require the labeling of genetically modified food rallied at the Capitol Tuesday in advance of an expected Senate vote.
More and more people are interested in healthy eating but don’t know exactly how to integrate nutritionally dense foods into their everyday diet. Naturopath, herbalist and passionate cook Áine Fanning holds regular kitchen medicine workshops to introduce people to tasty foods with health benefits.
Researchers have engineered a strain of electricity-producing bacteria that can grow using hydrogen gas as its sole electron donor and carbon dioxide as its sole source of carbon.
Mandacaru field trial report - press summary
Oxitec's ground-breaking approach to pest control has again been demonstrated in a further trial carried out by Moscamed in Brazil.
Industry leaders encourage farmers to provide input to the Agency during public meetings.
John Davis switches back-and-forth between two different hats as he evaluates the decision announced last week by the U.
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The March Against Monsanto is a
Genetic Roulette exposes serious threats to your health from genetically modified foods and reveals how corporations like Monsanto hide the evidence. With speaker Jackie Deverall from Ahimsa Nutritional Consulting and Holistic Healing.
A couple of weeks ago, I came across an article that piqued my interest. Apparently large companies will begin imposing penalties on employees who smoke, are overweight, or have high blood pressure or diabetes.
Ahead of worldwide protest, Senator Merkley announces effort to repeal the Monsanto Protection Act
Most of the animal proteins found in the meat industry waste have, until now, been underutilised. The challenge is to transform such waste into food of higher functionality and added value.
Voters in Portland, Ore., will decide tomorrow (May 21) whether the city will begin fluoridating its water. For weeks, residents have been contentiously debating water fluoridation, the addition of fluoride to public water supplies for the purpose of reducing cavities and tooth decay.