There is so much (in)credible science that explains why organic is a good choice for people and the planet, and more is published every week. The Organic Center summarizes the latest research into distilled bites so you can make informed choices. We only report on peer-reviewed studies and always will. Check out our research blog and sign up for our newsletter to get the latest science delivered right to your inbox.

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A recent Environmental Health Perspectives publication details the effects that exposure to environmental pollutants can have over multiple...

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Researchers at the Xerces Society published a report this year detailing the effects of neonicotinoid pesticides on beneficial insects such as...

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A recent article published in Scientific Reports details the harmful effects that agricultural pesticides can have on amphibians. Amphibians...

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Researchers from the National Institutes of Health (NIH)’s Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development...

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Several studies have shown that living close to conventional farms can increase your risk of pesticide exposure, but a new study published in...

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A new study published in PNAS warns that synthetic fertilizer use may have long-term consequences on environmental and human health....

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Research out of Italy confirms the harmful effects of neonicotinoid pesticides on honey bee health. The study, published in PNAS, examined the...

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Another study will be released soon about the benefits of consuming probiotics, like those found in yogurt.  The article is set to be...

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New research by the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL) shows...

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New research shows that exposure to DDT could increase rates of obesity several generations down the line. Scientists at Washington State...

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