A Mysterious sleeping sickness Photo Credit: Shutterstock.com Hundreds of residents of Kalachi, a small town near a former Soviet Union uranium mine in Kazakhstan, have been suffering from a mysterious sleeping sickness that causes them to fall asleep for two to six days and wake up with significant memory loss.
How Safe Is Food at Great American Ball Park When the baseball world converges on Cincinnati this summer for the All-Star Game, fans will flock to a public place that ranked first in the region last year for food safety violations. Great American Ball Park had 224 violations in seven 2014 inspections, including 69 critical violations, which are problems that could be linked to food-related illness. The records
Green Group Calls For Ban on Nanomaterials in Food and Packaging Health campaigners have intensified their calls for Australia to regulate the use of nano-sized silver in everyday products, following the United States peak environmental agency's decision to start doing so. Health campaigners have intensified their calls for Australia to regulate the use of nano-sized silver in everyday products
Cancer Risk is Cause for EPA to Act on GMO weed Killer The Environmental Working Group joined a number of other environmental and consumer rights organizations yesterday to ask the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to stop the rollout of Dow AgroSciences’ new weed killer Enlist DuoTM – a combination of glyphosate and 2,4-D. The groups’ action followed an announcement by the International Agency for Cancer Research,