Monsanto is once again coming under fire for its herbicide RoundUp, with fresh lawsuits claiming it caused cancer in American workers who handled it.
A Brazilian wasp’s venom could soon be used to improve a variety of cancer treatments.
The study shows that chemotherapy failed to improve—and in some cases, even worsened—quality of life for patients with late-stage cancer.
Former NFL running back Jamal Anderson insists that cannabis is something that players use to cope with pain and help recover from head trauma.
Three more Latin American countries and Sri Lanka are also making moves against glyphosate and Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide.
An elementary school cafeteria manager was fired a few days ago for giving free food to hungry students who had no money.
Texas is on the verge of passing a bill that would require cops to be trained to deal with dogs in order to prevent unneeded pet shootings.
Thousands of doctors in Argentina have called for the ban of glyphosate, the main in ingredient in RoundUp, following a sharp rise in cancer rates.
Hangovers could be a thing of the past if researchers from the University of Illinois have their way.
The UK’s first poo-powered bus is about to officially hit the streets.