When did the organic movement become anti-gmo?

The roots of the organic movement lay in the hope of using fewer pesticides and reducing

Ebola Outbreak Quickly Growing Out Of Control

The Ebola outbreak in Liberia has continued to grow,
1 August | by M Caulfield

How 10,000 years of selective breeding changed our food

Long before humans understood genes, they were selectively breeding
15 May | by Michael Thomas

Is The Cannabis Anti-Cancer Hype Undeserved?

Cannabis has long been acclaimed as containing chemicals that might
2 December | by Han Gregory

Have We Really Lost 93% Of Food Varieties In 100 Years?

You have probably heard that we have 93% fewer food crops available today than 100 yeas ago.

Try Something New: Habits and Growth

When was the last time you did something new
24 September | by Inna Lukyanov

This anti-aging scientist convinced me we could stop aging

It sounds preposterous: life as we know it is
25 April | by Michael Thomas

General Mills Sneaks In Forced Arbitration, Removing Your Right To Sue

Recently, General Mills quietly added language to its website
21 April | by M Caulfield

Marijuana’s Long Term Effects On The Brain Finally Revealed

14 November | by Michael Thomas
With a drug war against marijuana still raging in more countries than not, the question of how long-term marijuana use effects the human brain

New study explains why white people deny their privilege

Life doesn’t treat us all equally, no matter how
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How Can We Solve Society’s Pedophile Problem?

There are a lot of voices that protest that

The Likely Cause of Addiction Has Been Discovered

The common perception about drug addiction, or about the