In Canada, the right to live healthy and die with dignity is what freedom is all about
How anti-abortion activists across the country are once again endangering the lives of women everywhere
Part of the Republican response to the poisoning of Flint has been to deny the crisis even exists
To add injury to insult, it has taken Governor Snyder two years to respond to the crises
In 2050, what will the privileged few be prepared to do to share the earth’s output of food with the rest of us?
In their zeal to attack the ACA, the GOP has finally found a chink in its armor, but exploiting it could end them
We need to face what Corporate agribusiness is doing to our food supply and the decrease in insects that used to benefit us
How personhood bills may have consequences for couples trying to conceive a baby
Mo Brooks inserts himself into a national issue with his trademarked ignorance
Anti-Vaxxers need to be rebuffed, but Republicans are suddenly supporting them
You don't have to go vegan in order to protest corporate farming or cruelty towards animals
Anti-Vaxxer beliefs are putting everyone in harm's way
Despite Obamacare, health care costs in the United States are still astronomically high
The near century old organization has been incredibly important for women's health throughout the decades
Ebola is not the threat all media outlets are running with. It's a distraction, the latest sensation.
Traditional, mythological perspectives on pain and labor, and how the new sexual-economic dichotomy is forming
According to a new report released last Tuesday, industry regulators have known for years that Roundup, the world's best-selling herbicide produced by the U.S. based Monsanto Corporation, causes birth defects. The report, "Roundup and birth defects: Is the public being kept in the dark?", says that industry regulators have known since as early as 1980 that glyphosate, the chemical on which Roundup and other herbicides are based, can cause birth defects in laboratory animals. Why am I not surprised...