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(Before It's News) David Cronin RINF Alternative News Over the past few weeks, two EU commissioners have been sounding markedly different notes about genetically modified (GM) crops.
With more than 5 million people living with Alzheimer's disease in America, scientists are desperately trying to pinpoint a way to preserve brain health.
Some natural products companies now engaging in consumer fraud over heavy metals found in their products
(NaturalNews) Perhaps I shouldn't be so easily amused, but I can hardly stop laughing at the theatrical attempts by some people in the natural products industry to convince their customers that eating heavy metals is good for you.
AISLING Fitzgibbon, better known as ‘The Girl Against Fluoride’, has send an open letter to Irish Water warning them of litigation if they fail to stop artificially fluoridating Ireland’s public water supply.
MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - Two Vermont Senate committees are planning to take testimony on labeling of food produced with genetic engineering at an upcoming public hearing.
Editor's note: Dr. Edward Kondrot, founder of the Healing The Eye & Wellness Center, is the world's only board-certified ophthalmologist and board-certified homeopathic physician.
In the article "Monarch butterflies falter; migration may disappear" (Jan. 30), entomologist Lincoln Brower stated that the main threat to the Monarch’s migration is GMO (genetically modified organism) crops and herbicides that are killing the principal food source for the Monarchs: milkweed.
Tags GMO, Health, Politics, Russia, SciTech A group of Russian MPs have prepared a bill severely restricting imports of genetically modified agricultural produce, and completely banning its domestic production.
The Complementary Healthcare Council of Australia (CHC) has called on the government to change its health focus from supporting what it calls “an ailing and expensive illness model” to one that promotes wellbeing.
(NaturalNews) While losing weight can be relatively easy for most people who put their minds to it, keeping it off long term is another matter altogether.
Daily Mail investigation finds food industry let in to the
Tags Agriculture, Animals, Ecology, Germany, Science, UK â€‹Bees exposed to "field-realistic" doses of insecticides gather less than a half the pollen that they normally do, dooming their young to starvation, UK researches have said.
The Paleo diet can prevent Alzheimer's disease and other brain disorders, neurologist Dr. David Perlmutter told US News and World Report Jan. 31.
The campaigners who helped reduce salt intake in British diets by 15% in seven years have
The pesticide DDT was banned in Britain nearly 30 years ago but researchers have discovered
(NaturalNews) Chlorella is a genus of single-celled, green algae that grow in the sunniest parts of freshwater bodies.
Michael Mack, Chief Executive Officer of Swiss agrochemicals group Syngenta, addresses a press conference; London, February 7, 2008.
The new chief executive of the Complementary Healthcare Council of Australia has used his maiden speech to call on the incoming government to invest making the country healthier.
Natural Grocers pledges no aspartame, no trans fats, no irradiation, but GMOs still present in 50 percent of products
(NaturalNews) Whole Foods Market says it is aiming to phase them out completely by 2018.
(NaturalNews) Food labels aren't telling the whole story.