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In late 2009, reports of faulty gas pedals, obstructive floor carpets, and failing breaks in Toyota and Lexus vehicles generated uproar across major media networks.
New research shows that aspirin truly deserves its nickname as the wonder drug, since it now has been shown to help fight cancer. It’s naturally found in willow bark, which has been used as herbal medicine for thousands of years.
PARIS (Reuters) - France threatened on Monday to delay the swift start of EU-U.S. trade talks if its red lines on culture and farm produce are not respected.
The Akyumen Society, a non-partisan Super PAC, has set its sights on the FDA for having some of the most blatant conflict-of-interest issues when it comes to dealing with approvals of food additives that consistently benefit mega corporations.
(NaturalNews) It seems that nutrition is the LAST thing many people consider correcting in order to help stave off possible devastating or debilitating diseases.
It is a lobbyist created recurring nuisance that has been squashed in previous legislation thanks to outcry from not only grassroots but major organizations.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Barack Obama used Washington's grandest stage -- the State of the Union speech -- to announce negotiations with Europe aimed at creating the world's largest free trade agreement.
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A chara, – Ireland’s vote against a proposed European Commission restriction on neonicotinoid pesticides on March 15th is a prime example of how our elected representatives put commercial gain above our collective wellbeing.
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Thursday March 22, 2013 (foodconsumer.org) Fluoride, which is intentionally added to the drinking water in the U.S., has been known to cause damage to the neuro cells and lower IQ in children and increase the risk of a type of rare bone disease in boys, according to a Harvard Univers
"Most family doctors have given a placebo to at least one of their patients," BBC News reports.
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(NaturalNews) A growing body of research is emerging to show that eating chocolate really can lower your blood pressure.
Researchers have suspected for many years that chocolate may have a beneficial effect on blood pressure, ever since discovering that the indigenous Kuna people of the Central Ame
Beekeepers, environmentalists sue EPA for not suspending pesticides that may harm bees
(NaturalNews) The U.S. Congress is right now moving forward with the passage of the 2013 Agricultural Appropriations Bill (AAB), also known as H.R. 933, which currently contains an added "rider" that would allow agricultural biotechnology corporations like Monsanto to bypass the legal system in appr
(NaturalNews) A new study has shown that the juice of bitter melon, a commonly eaten vegetable in Asia and Africa, markedly suppresses the growth of pancreatic tumors in mice by disrupting the cancer cells' metabolism of glucose, and literally starving them of the sugar they need to survive.
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., March 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --Â Health Canada's Food Directorate has completed a detailed evaluation and has approved use of monk fruit extract, also known as luo han guo extract, as a sweetener at a maximum level of use of 0.
The monarch butterfly’s spring migration north from Mexico to Canada has begun, but relatively few of them have been seen in Texas, leading entomologists and butterfly-watchers to sound a call to action.
Probiotic Action, creator of the widely known adult acne treatment reports the term ‘probiotic’ will not have to be removed from food products sold in the EU while the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) struggled to approve its health benefits last year.
TULSA, Oklahoma -
We told you last year about a Tulsa woman who sued the City of Tulsa after crews mowed down everything in her front and back yards.
The city ordinance says plants can be taller than 12 inches if they are edible.
With a decision imminent on whether GM salmon will be allowed onto market, major retailers have said they would not sell it
A number of US supermarket chains pledged on Wednesday not to sell genetically modified salmon, in a sign of growing public concern about engineered foods on the dinner table.
A Change.org petition has plenty of people asking the Girl Scouts to change their formula, but is it possible?