Eighty percent of American voters favor national nutrition standards that would limit calories, fat, and sodium in snack and à la carte foods sold in U.S. schools.
Chicago-based mother Everly Macario describes her drive to curb overuse of antibiotics after losing her son to an antibiotic-resistant infection.
A special thank you message from the Pew Campaign on Human Health and Industrial Farming
In 2006, two-year-old Kyle Allgood became sick and passed away after eating contaminated spinach. This is his family's story.
Pew and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation collaborate to examine impact of updated USDA standards for snack and a la carte foods and beverages sold in schools.
Everly Macario lost her son Simon to a drug-resistant infection when he was only one-and-a-half years old. Since then, she’s been a strong voice in the fight to conserve antibiotics.
Foodborne illness victim Haylee Bernstein and her mother, Rita, speak out about the importance of implementing the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act.