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America’s Environmental Lipstick

America's Environmental Lipstick

Pesticides have been widely spayed over farms, forests, gardens, golf courses, and lawns all over America for several decades. Consequently, they have caused perpetual ecocides, destruction, and disease.

A Glimmer of Legal Hope

I worked for the US Environmental Protection Agency for 25 years, spanning the last two years of the administration of Jimmy Carter, the administration of Ronald Reagan, George Bush senior, Bill Clinton and the first four years of George W. Bush.

 

Crashing Monsanto’s Pesticide Party In Beijing

Crashing Monsanto’s Pesticide Party In Beijing

Originally published on wholefoodsmagazine.com.

NHF Slams the Global Pesticide Empire.

“A business that makes nothing but business is a poor business.”
– Henry Ford

Everything You Learned About The Cause of Polio Is Wrong

Pesticides and Polio

Originally titled, "A Critique Of Scientific Literature: Pesticides and Polio," this article by Jim West was first published in The Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients, June 2000, then republished as a 2nd edition in 2002 by The Weston A. Price Foundation, with additional material and the editorship of Sally Fallon. The article summarizes his book, "DDT/Polio", which he had attempted to publish in 1998. This is a 3rd edition, August 14, 2015.

Food Forensics Rockets to #1 Best Selling SCIENCE Book on Amazon

Arm yourself with the knowledge to protect you and your family from hidden dangers lurking in your food by reading "Food Forensics," currently the number one selling science book on Amazon.com

This article was originally published on NaturalNews.com and republished with permission. Original post here.

GMOs and Health: The Scientific Basis for Serious Concern and Immediate Action

GMOs and Health: The Scientific Basis for Serious Concern and Immediate Action

OMG, GMOs!

You might ask, "why all the fuss about agricultural genetically modified organisms (GMOs)?" After all, regulatory agencies have approved these technologies for widespread application and consumption, so they must be safe, right?  Well, the truth is that there is no agency and no industry that  works to protect our health.  At best, the EPA, USDA, and FDA attempt to respond to our disease after the cause is widespread.  At that point only risk reduction, rather than risk avoidance, can be achieved.  This has been the case historically with radium paint, tobacco, particulate air pollution, water pollution, asbestos, lead, food-borne

Greater Lifetime Pesticide Use Causes Telomere Shortening

Greater Lifetime Pesticide Use Causes Telomere Shortening

Researchers from Northwestern University's School of Medicine have determined that the use of certain pesticides over a lifetime produces a shortening of chromosome telomeres.

The researchers tested 1,234 men as part of a study of 57,310 licensed pesticide contractors – from the Agricultural Health Study, orchestrated by the National Cancer Institute, the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. This particular study was conducted in partnership with the Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center.

Herbicide and Pesticide Exposure Linked to Parkinson's Disease

Herbicide and Pesticide Exposure Linked to Parkinson's Disease


A recent study from UCLA has confirmed that exposure to the herbicide Paraquat is linked with a heightened risk of Parkinson's disease. This combines with other research that has found other chemicals used on our foods and landscapes significantly increase the risk of Parkinson's.

The researchers, from UCLA's Fielding School of Public Health, studied 357 Parkinson's disease cases along with 754 control subjects - adults from Central California. The researchers determined increased exposure to the herbicide Paraquat through geographic mapping linking their home locations to agricultural use of the chemical on farms. Those living closer to farms that sprayed the herbicide were found to have a 36% increased risk of Parkinson's.

However, those who experienced a head injury combined with increased Paraquat exposure tripled their chances of having Parkinson's disease.

Probiotic and Microbes course

Researchers from Mexico's Unidad de Medicina Familiar also studied cases of Parkinson's together with exposure to the herbicide Paraquat among Mexican workers. They also found a positive association between exposure to this chemical and Parkinson's disease.

Merge-Santo - New Threat to Food Sovereignty

Merge-Santo: New Threat to Food Sovereignty
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Monsanto's new GM tech to defeat corn rootworm “will work only briefly” – Scientific American

Monsanto’s new GM tech to defeat corn rootworm “will work only briefly” – Scientific American

Originally published on gmwatch.org.

Europe proves that crop diversity and rotation – not GM – are the ways to combat the pest

NEWS RELEASE: NHF to Take On Toxic Pesticides at Codex Committee in Beijing

NEWS RELEASE:  "NHF TO TACKLE TOXIC PESTICIDES AT CODEX COMMITTEE ON PESTICIDE RESIDUES IN BEIJING"

Delegates at Codex Alimentarius From All Over the World, Industry, and INGOs like NHF

NHF to Take Toxic Pesticides at Codex Committee on Pesticide Residues in Beijing

NHF needs your support as we speak for consumers, manufacturers, health care professionals, and YOU.

200,000 deaths a year are correlated with pesticide exposure through a $40 billion a year pesticide industry.

Parkinson's Disease Linked to Exposure to Pesticides

Parkinson's Disease Linked to Exposure to Pesticides

A review of research from Belgium's Catholic University of Louvain has confirmed that Parkinson's disease is linked to occupational exposure to pesticides.

The researchers, working with the Louvain Center for Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, analyzed studies between 1985 and 2011 that looked at pesticide exposure by workers who handled pesticides. These included farm workers who sprayed pesticides.

The overall conclusion of the research found that those who handled pesticides were significantly more likely to contract Parkinson's disease. In four studies, where the Parkinson's diagnoses were confirmed by neurologists, those handling pesticides had an average of over two-and-a-half times the risk of contracting Parkinson's disease. The increased risk ranged from 46% higher to almost four-and-a-half times higher among the workers.

Pest Infestation-Reducing Bats Dying from Pesticide Exposure

Pest Infestation-Reducing Bats Dying from Pesticide Exposure

We may need to teach ourselves about the 'bats and the bees' if we want to keep feeding ourselves. Research is now confirming what has been observed by many farmers: Bats are necessary for keeping many types of crop-eating insect populations from swarming, and their populations are becoming dramatically reduced due to the widespread use of pesticides on our crops.

Researchers from the University of Tennessee tracked populations, eating habits and migration patterns of Brazilian bats (Tadarida brasiliensis), and compared them to the patterns of corn earworm moths (Helicoverpa zea) through multiple seasons.

The Poison Business: The Monsanto Papers Reveal Media, Science, and Regulatory Collusion

The Poison Papers Expose Decades of Collusion between Industry and Regulators over Hazardous Pesticides & Chemicals

 
The Poison Papers Expose Decades of Collusion between Industry and Regulators over Hazardous Pesticides and Other Chemicals
 
Watchdog Groups Digitize and Release 20,000 Documents for Public Review
 
The Bioscience Resource Project and the Center for Media and Democracy today are releasing a trove of rediscovered and newly digitized chemical industry and regulatory agency documents stretching back to the 1920s.  The documents are available at 

What do Pesticides, Herbicides and Antibiotics have in Common?

What do Pesticides, Herbicides and Antibiotics have in Common?

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. What are they and what are we doing wrong?

The slow-motion catastrophes are:

Why I Kicked My Keurig to the Curb

Why I Kicked My Keurig to the Curb

Article Originally Published Here

What busy person doesn't love the idea of having a personal cup of coffee instantly with the push of a button. Many people are delighted when the Keurig machines show up in the workplace or doctor's waiting room. I loved the idea. I bought one from Costco along with the handy unit to store those awkward K Cups.  I, of course, insisted on the Newman's Organic K Cups for my coffee choice.

We stocked our hot beverage center with a variety of flavored K Cups.

“The Dose Makes the Poison”: Rethinking Traditional Toxicity Testing

Originally published on Vaccine Reaction

Traditional toxicology relies on archaic methods that focus on the short term while ignoring the long term effects of repeated small doses over time.