Indoor pesticide exposure has now been linked to leukemia along with ADHD and other conditions. Their residues also linger for some time. Learn about some of the safer options.
Despite the evidence, many of us still ask whether it is worth it to buy organic foods. If you have any doubt, here’s the crucial evidence proving just how important eating organic food is to our environment and our health.
Research confirms that drinking waters can contain pharmaceuticals including antibiotics and psychoactive drugs. Even some commercial bottled waters contain these chemicals.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder has now been linked to mothers’ pesticide exposures. Pesticide exposures are also linked to other cognitive and behavioral problems.
A new study from the U.S. Geological Survey has determined that pesticide use continues to result in pesticide content in rain samples. Learn which pesticides are raining down on us.
Recent studies confirm that herbs grown in China may contain pesticide residues and heavy metals. So should we abandon this great source of traditional healing? Here are the solutions.
Researchers from the US Geological Survey have determined that pesticides are bioaccumulating in frogs among ponds among pristine national parks in California.
There are three natural catastrophes occurring within nature in slow motion at the moment and they are our fault. All three catastrophes stem from the same kind of mistake made by human science and corporate greed.
Multiple studies have found that the use of certain pesticides over a lifetime produces a shortening of chromosome telomeres, which means shorter lifespan and greater cancer incidence.
Research being presented at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the AAAS is shedding doubt that current levels of human exposure to bisphenol A (BPA) is disrupting hormones to the extent characterized by many. Are we really safe from hormone disruptors?
Research confirms that bats, who reduce harmful pests, are dying from pesticide exposure. Perhaps we need to learn about the ‘bats and the bees.’
Parkinson’s disease is growing, especially in first-world countries. Turns out that pesticide exposure is one of the causes of this debilitating disease. Multiple studies link Parkinson’s to pesticides A review of research from Belgium’s...
A new study by researchers from Purdue University has confirmed the link between mass honeybee die offs (also called colony collapse disorder) and pesticides – especially systemic neonicotinoid pesticides.