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Substantially more schools are offering two or more fruits and two or more vegetables than in 2000, according to federal data.
A new filtering device, invented by a U.S. teenager, could provide a cheap and easy way to purify water.
Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) have contaminated two of the city’s canals leading to Lake St. Clair since 2001, keeping residents from swimming or fishing and raising fears about the loss of home value.
While Mayor Rahm Emanuel is fond of calling the river Chicago's "next recreational frontier," the partially treated wastewater that pours constantly into its channels poses stomach-churning health risks to people who come in contact with the murky flow.
It's going to take the reinvention of 10,000 farms to improve water quality and repair the Great Barrier Reef.
A party promoting a vegan lifestyle to save animals and the planet is fielding its first candidate in B.C.
The case could have far-reaching implications for those with property along the tracks. Rail activities, including weed abatement, could come under greater scrutiny depending on the outcome of the investigation.
In a packed ballroom in South Burlington's DoubleTree Hotel, a well-known scientist studying Lake Champlain stood up and told state officials that some of the targets they've set to reduce pollution into the lake simply cannot be reached.
Some neighbors in Rio Linda, California, think Chromium 6 that may have traveled into their groundwater from McClellan has caused cancer.
The F.D.A. issued warnings to the makers of Natural American Spirit, Winston and Nat Sherman cigarettes about their use of “additive-free” or “natural” in marketing.
New research could shed light on the impact that dust microbes can have on human health, researchers say.
Researchers and health advocates say the carbon plan could benefit residents’ health, but state officials counter that the plan is unnecessary and a potential waste of funds.
An analysis of dust from 1,200 homes across the continental United States provides new information about the fungal and bacterial communities sharing the great indoors with us.
The EPA wasn’t careful, which it has now admitted, but the concession is little comfort for those of us who wonder how the agency could go so far amiss in regard to the “protection” part of its mission.
Long-term exposure to tiny amounts of Roundup—thousands of times lower than what is permitted in U.S. drinking water—may lead to serious problems in the liver and kidneys, according to a new study.
The deception began to unravel when a lawyer representing a farmer with dead cows came across a single paper that mentioned the presence of PFOA in Dry Run Creek. DuPont's lawyer wrote: "The shit is about to hit the fan."
A look at the communities impacted by the high speed rail in California's Central Valley.
So your city is about to double in size, and it's happening whether you like it or not. Infrastructure will be strained, sanitation is a concern and children need educating. What do you do?
They're cute, knee-high, they bray like donkeys and are a tourist attraction near Cape Town. But African Penguins - the continent's only species of the flightless bird - are at risk of extinction.
The farm in the Bronx began about 15 years ago with a few tomatoes and beans planted along a thin, unused strip of land behind a 30-story apartment building. It has grown into a thicket that stretches about a quarter-mile.