One would think that living in the United States means everyone has enough food in their house. However, in 2020 there were 13.8 million households and families that experienced food insecurity.
Amid all of the news of the recent elections, it is more important than ever that our leaders come together on common sense issues that have support from both sides of the political battlefield. Inflation is a major problem hurting Americans, as the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the cost of food, clothing and […]
Pesticide glyphosate received the approval of EU chemicals regulators for continued sales, as they dismissed evidence linking the substance to cancer. The studies were performed on rodents, and seven out of seven of them showed that mice and rats exposed to the weedkiller developed more than one kind of tumor, a number that rose as the glyphosate dose increased.