Photo Credit: Alan Taylor

In a study published in the journal PLOS ONE, scientists at the University of Maryland and the U.S. Department of Agriculture identify a...

Photo Credit: Robbie Sproule

In a study published on July 26 in Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, researchers show that Pacific chorus frogs are being exposed to...

Photo Credit: Kevin Lawver

Organophosphates, the pesticides blamed for killing at least 25 children in India, are widely used around the world. This is not the first...

In a recent study researchers examined soybean workers in Brazil to determine the effects of repeated exposure to pesticides.  The lead researcher, Dr. Benedetti, chose the study area of Rio...

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has raised the permitted tolerance levels of glyphosate residue in many fruits and vegetables. The new regulation raises limits on levels of...

Butterfly populations are declining across the country.  Just last week, for example, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced two new butterfly subspecies have probably become extinct in...

A new report entitled “Pre-Polluted: A Report on Toxic Substances in the Umbilical Cord Blood of Canadian Newborns”, that was recently published by the organization Environmental Defense, found...

A new study has begun on agriculture runoff in water in Midwest streams. Scientists from the U.S. Geological Survey and the Environmental Protection Agency have partnered up to examine the effects...

By: Tania Neubauer, ND, LMT
The beautiful island of Ometepe, Nicaragua, is home to one of the world's newest organic agriculture community groups! Promotores de la Agricultura Organica de Los...
By: Dr. Chuck Benbrook

The April 2012 issue of Environmental Health Perspectives (EHP) has an extraordinary paper by David Bellinger of the Children's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, entitled "...

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