There are several animal studies linking phthalates, parabens, and other personal care product chemicals to endocrine disruption, and a study published in the journal Human Reproduction shows that humans are not exempt from that group. Researchers from the University of… [read]
Kare11.com reports that almost nearly years ago Minneapolis Public Schools stopped serving processed foods and instead opted for whole foods. The school district reports selling 1.2 million more school meals because of the change.
We see some processed foods in… [read]
It might have taken longer to arrive than last year, but flu season has officially arrived for 2018-2019. Two states, Colorado and Georgia, are currently reporting high levels of influenza-like illnesses (ILI). The average length of flu season is 16… [read]
A recently published study found a connection between a range of infections, their treatments, and mental illnesses like schizophrenia, depression and bipolar disorder. Researchers in Denmark looked at national registries associated with severe infections requiring hospitalization and less severe infections… [read]
Johnson & Johnson paid a steep price this year for claims that its celebrated baby powder was contaminated with asbestos. And its 2019 could be even worse.In July a jury ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $4.69 billion to… [read]
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is rolling back the Hunger-Free Kids Act championed by Former First Lady Michelle Obama.
The plan to deregulate the school lunch program was first brought up in a press conference in May of 2017. Sonny… [read]
Remember when it was one in sixty? The CDC reported one in fifty-nine children were diagnosed with autism last year using data from 2014. But now a new study based on the 2016 National Survey of Children’s Health estimates that… [read]