Archive for March, 2008 :

Cell Phones More Dangerous Than Smoking?
March 31st, 2008

Another study confirms that the radiation from cell phones is extremely hazardous and results in a substantial risk of brain tumors.


Percy Schmeiser Wins Against Monsanto
March 30th, 2008

Percy Schmeiser has settled his lawsuit with Monsanto with Monsanto agreeing to pay all the clean-up costs of the Roundup Ready canola that contaminated Schmeiser’s fields.


A Winding Journey From Seed to Plate
March 29th, 2008

Ballooning food prices around the world are prompting a reevaluation of the underpinnings of aid practices that many analysts consider to be inefficient and, in some cases, counterproductive.


Pesticide Parkinson’s Link Strong
March 29th, 2008

Another reason to eat organic food – there is strong evidence that exposure to pesticides significantly increases the risk of Parkinson’s disease.


Organic Food Threatened by GMO Contamination
March 12th, 2008

Widespread contamination of U.S. corn, soybeans and other crops by genetically engineered varieties is threatening the purity of organic and natural food.


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