Chemophobia

Cucumbers come in a variety of types. The most popular, the English Cucumber, which is not English at all, is a hybrid developed in the last century or so to have very tiny seeds and skin.

According to our new (aka working) search box I have written about bisphenol A (BPA), one of the chemicals used to make polycarbonate plastics (1), 113 times.

The easiest method I found to grade a web sites potential reliability was to do a word search for popular categories I was very familiar with, such as organic vs.

ACSH's Holiday Dinner Menu is our most popular publication of all time. And, how could it not be?

New York City Council Member Ben Kallos sure knows how to play the game. In his quest to get glyphosate (Roundup) banned from parks and other public spaces, he uses a tried and true method.

There's really no delicate way to say this. If you dust off a turd, it's still a turd. 

A recent CNN article about the FDA oversight of chemicals in foods is puzzling.  Author Sandee LaMotte regurgitates a ludicrous demand by t

In the mood for some hilarity? I am.

A new press release from the Silent Spring Institute (SSI) makes me wonder whether they've jumped the gun on April Fool's Day. Don't believe me?

Scaring old people is a time-tested strategy to scrounge up votes ("He'll take away your Medicare!") or to steal money ("Your Social Security number has been compromised. Please send payment.")