Prominent Democrats are urging the White House and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to ease off on regulating some toxic chemicals known to harm both public health and the environment.
Secret documents reveal that Big Chemical company Syngenta was concerned about the scientific studies showing a link with their weedkiller Paraquat and Parkinson’s Disease.
A new scientific study has revealed several endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs) present in infants.
The results of a new scientific study on the effects of gyphosate on the nervous system reveal a link between the use of Round-Up weedkiller (which contains glyphosate as the primary active ingredient) and convulsions in animals. This finding creates implications for Parkinson’s Disease in humans.
The federal government is still working hard to convince the public that their food is safe.
If you peruse our blog of scientific studies you will see there are plenty of things to be concerned about where U.S. food is concerned. Carrots soaked in carcinogenic herbicide is not one of them.
A recent study sought to uncover which toxic chemicals firefighters are exposed to that may explain their increased risk for cancer.
Scientists detected more than 400 different chemicals from plastic reusable drinking bottles and over 3,500 substances derived from dishwasher soap after putting these bottles through the dishwasher. Several of these substances are potentially quite harmful to human health, including endocrine-disrupting chemicals and insecticides like DEET.
Food, Faith & Hope…that is the spin Monsanto gave to stockholders and the general public when plotting to change their image from the creators of life-destroying Agent Orange and PCBs to the humanitarian developers and pushers of Glyphosate weedkiller and GMO seeds. All of Monsanto’s legacy chemical products are now known to be toxic. And in one form or another, are still contaminating our lives. Their history is as convoluted as it has been profitable…
A commonly available pesticide has been associated with an increased risk of chronic kidney disease (CKD).