Global Breaking News on GMOs and Pesticides 20 July 2020

20 July 2020 — Sustainable Pulse

Editors’ picks

Pesticides Increase Transmission of Debilitating Snail Fever Affecting Hundreds of Millions of People

Widespread use of pesticides, including the world’s most used herbicide, glyphosate, can speed the transmission of the debilitating disease schistosomiasis (snail fever), while also upsetting the ecological balances in aquatic environments that prevent infections, a new study led by researchers at the University of California, Berkeley has found. Source:

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Joel Salatin and Dr. Sina McCullough on their New Book ‘Beyond Labels’ – Sustainable Pulse Interview

In Beyond Labels, Joel Salatin, a farmer who is blazing the trail for regenerative farm practices, and Sina McCullough, a PhD. in Nutrition who actually understands unpronounceable carbon chains, bring you on a journey from generally unhealthy food and farming to an ultimately healing place. Please find Beyond Labels for Sale on Amazon here Why […]
Three dozen United Nations (UN) human rights expert called last Thursday on wealthy countries to end the “deplorable” practice of exporting banned toxic chemicals and pesticides to poorer nations that lack “the capacity to control the risks”. Source:
Five peer-reviewed animal studies from the U.S. and Argentina released over the last two weeks have focused minds on the infertility crisis being caused by glyphosate-based herbicides. Iowa State University Study Reveals Changes to Ovarian Proteome In stunning revelations from a study on female mice from the Department of Animal Science at Iowa State University […]

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