The Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Pesticide Programs is supposed to be responsible for producing independent analyses of pesticides. But is that what they really do?
The opioid epidemic in the United States has become so prolific that now even local shellfish are testing positive for Big Pharma’s most profitable (and most addictive) class of drugs.
Toxins are constantly in the news. Have you noticed them yet? Maybe you recall the toxic oil spill in the Gulf Coast a few years ago.
It is well-known that the use of pesticides can have deleterious effects on nature.
Europe’s largest steel mill is in the city of Taranto in southern Italy. In its heyday, the ILVA steel plant produced more than 10 million tons of steel every year—about 40 percent of all the steel made in Italy—and it currently employs about 12,000 people.
Obesity is not merely a cosmetic problem, but a severe threat to health and longevity. That old saying, “The longer the belt, the shorter the life,” is entirely accurate.
Worried about “climate change” and the threat of rising temperatures, Massachusetts officials adopted anti-fossil fuel policies in 2016 that made millions of residents very vulnerable during the long, cold 2017-2018 winter season.
Hundreds of long-time Michigan residents have been forced to abandon their residences, businesses, and schools due to the prevalence of pernicious air pollution in those areas, reported The Detroit News.
The strong political influence of the chemical industry was illustrated perfectly in a recent House Science Committee hearing in which Republican lawmakers questioned the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC)’s classification of glyphosate as a probable carcinogen.
Both state and federal regulatory agencies failed the people of Flint, Michigan, by declining to take action after discovering the presence of high levels of lead in the community’s water supply.