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Repeated fracking leaves the water and land around it DOUSED in formaldehyde, benzene and hydrochloric acid

Isabelle Z., April 26 2016
Although the harm caused by consistent hydraulic fracturing – or fracking, as it is casually known – to the global climate is widely known, for many people, its ill effects are striking much closer to home, as their water and land become poisoned with toxic chemicals released by this destructive process.

Portland Becomes 7th City to Sue Monsanto Over PCB Contamination

health freedom alliance, 23 March 2016
Portland, Ore., is suing Monsanto over contaminating the city’s waterways with polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), a highly toxic group of chemicals that endangers human health and the environment.

Artificial sweetener Splenda found to release potentially toxic class of compounds when heated

Tara Paras, March 11, 2016
A new study published in the Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health has just called into question the safety of popular artificial sweetener Splenda (sucralose).

European Scientists Discover Bee Resurgence After Banning These 3 Pesticides Still Used in The US

health freedom alliance, 8 March 2016
Whether or not Einstein equated bee extinction to human extinction has been challenged and perhaps debunked.

Navajo Water Supply is More Horrific Than Flint, But No One Cares Because They’re Native American

health freedom alliance, 10 February 2016
The news out of Flint, Michigan brought the issue of contaminated drinking water into sharp focus, as it was revealed that officials at every level—local, state and federal

Do Raindrops Have A Shape?

Amber Kanuckel, November 16th, 2015
When we see images or drawings of raindrops, they’re always teardrop shaped. Is that accurate? We may not have stopped to think about rain much, outside of a severe storm, to question if it is or not. But at the Farmers’ Almanac, we always like to explore weather topics and dig a bit deeper to uncover the interesting, not well-known facts about things.

Study: Sniffing Rosemary Can Increase Memory By 75%

Geary Andrew, December 11, 2015
People have long believed that the herb has positive effects on the mind and body, but no one has put it’s efficacy to the test until now. Rosemary is a woody herb with needle-like leaves. Its scent is unmistakable and it can be found in many herb gardens.