Christina Sarich | In Nazi Germany the use of propaganda was taken to newer and more perverse levels than the world has ever seen, but 2014 just might have a spin-machine that can trump it.
ABC News | What is the association between ticks and red meat?
J.D. Heyes | New data gathered by NASA satellites indicate that most of the world's largest underground aquifers are being depleted at speedy rates
Christina Sarich | Birke Baehr has been traveling since the ripe age of 9 with his family, being ‘roadschooled’ about sustainable farming practices including permaculture, vermiculture, and other organic farming techniques.
Andrea Germanos | It's "an insult to all Haitians," said Mario Joseph, Managing Attorney of the Bureau des Avocats Internationaux
Michael Snyder | Do you know what is in your chicken nuggets? Thanks to Barack Obama, that is going to be a more important question than ever.
Elizabeth Renter | The people of the United States want to know when there are genetically modified ingredients in their food
Elizabeth Renter | We know a hamburger and fries from McDonald’s is far from a “healthy” choice, but the fast food giant would like you to believe it is
Intellihub | St. Louis man measures radioactivity in snow and puts video on the internet
JG Vibes | Whole Foods Market commits to full GMO transparency by giving supplier partners five years to source non-GMO ingredients or to clearly label products with ingredients containing GMOs.
John Vibes | Residents in West Virginia have been told that water is safe to drink following a recent chemical spill, but people continue to pour into emergency rooms
Shepard Ambellas | A national hero in Africa has now contracted Ebola
RT | News that a research laboratory in China is deliberately engineering new hybrid strains of bird-flu virus and human influenza which could cause a pandemic has some experts alarmed.
Michael Snyder | Did you know that 2013 was the driest year ever recorded in the state of California? And did you know that so far this is the driest January that the state of California has ever experienced?
Glyn Moody | If it can't be scrutinized, the conclusions can't be confirmed, and it's not science.
Paul Fassa | There is an electrical device that mimics and amplifies the immune system; it is capable of killing off all pathogenic bacteria, viruses, and parasites.
Elizabeth renter | The Coca-Cola Company announced this week that it plans on removing brominated vegetable oil (BVO) from their citrus-flavored drinks
Jonathan Benson | The ongoing water crisis in California has sparked an apparent crime wave in some parts of the state, with desperate residents illegally taking water from fire hydrants in the middle of the night to keep their lawns green and their animals happy
Elizabeth Renter | The following may just be one of the most hard-hitting GMO (danger) reports ever aired by the mainstream media
John Vibes | A young girl developed a severe case of narcolepsy after receiving a flu shot
Sayer Ji | The 'prophylactic' removal of women's breasts due to BRCA1/BRCA2 status has become a disturbingly popular trend, and increasingly it is being celebrated in the mainstream media and medical establishments as a reasonable choice. But does the scientific evidence itself refute this approach?
Michael Ravensthorpe | According to the Stanford Center for Sleep Sciences and Medicine, nearly 1 in 10 adults in the United States suffers from insomnia
Lauren McCauley | Though officials announce water back at ‘safe’ limit, scientists and vulnerable residents not so sure
Amy Goodrich | Why are these added sugars bad?
Intellihub | SkyderALERT is a global movement fighting to end the world's most dangerous environmental program ever - GeoEngineering and SRM: Using airplanes to spray the sky with toxic metals and particles, intending to block the sun and force climate change while creating unknown consequences.
William Boardman | The Duncan Firm is pursuing the class action suit against ExxonMobil in federal court. On local TV April 9, Duncan Firm founder, attorney Philip Duncan said he expected the class of Arkansans harmed by ExxonMobil to grow into the hundreds.
Mac Slavo | When toxic chemicals spilled into the Elk River in Charleston, West Virginia a couple of weeks ago we got another glimpse into what the world might look like in the aftermath of a major, widespread disaster.
Intellihub News | Anti-bacterial soaps may not be as safe as some think, new bill bans chemical in Minnesota
Intellihub | In a most interesting story, it appears that marijuana my be able to help animals suffering from cancers as well
Daisy Luther | If you ever wondered what results a controlled experiment of Monsanto farming methods would yield, look no further than the unwilling residents of Molokai.