Monday, July 15, 2019

Food companies are still selling products contaminated by Monsanto weedkiller

Despite these newest results the EPA refuses to set strict limits of glyphosate in food.

Pledge to fight for mental health rights

Pledge to fight for mental health rights and make it easier for Americans to keep their mental health in check. 

Monsanto, Bayer struggle to keep up with growing Roundup cancer litigation

More than 13,000 plaintiffs have filed suit against Monsanto in the United States.

McDonald’s can’t fool its shareholders: Big chicken is bad business

Over 130 food companies have all committed to policies that detail concrete improvements for chickens, McDonald's stands out in its refusal to join this momentum.

Monsanto loses millions of dollars after Indian farmers switch to indigenous seeds

Monsanto claims that the genetically modified cotton seeds they sell are superior. So why are so many people trying to switch?

A digital path to health for all

Global leaders at the recent annual gathering of the World Health Assembly in Geneva expressed worry and optimism in almost equal measure. Delegates at...

‘If grandma is on the table, no one will blink at the price’: A...

“I’ve concluded that there are some drugs that simply do not belong in the hands of a for-profit company.”

New study shows communities of color disproportionately affected by air pollution

“What this study shows is what communities of color across the region have long understood—that they are unfairly exposed to higher levels of pollution."

‘The time is now:’ Over 200 economists send a letter to Congress endorsing Medicare...

"We encourage Congress to move forward with implementing a public financed Medicare for All plan to achieve the equitable and affordable universal health care system that the American people need."

Many breakfast cereals still test positive for Roundup, new report confirms

Of the 21 oat-based cereals tested, all but four tested contained a level of glyphosate that is higher than deemed safe for children by scientists at Environmental Working Group.