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Urban rewilding is about conservation, but it’s also about reconnecting people with the natural world.
Consumers are bombarded with a plethora of healthy food products these days. But does all of this innovation mean Americans are actually eating and living healthier? Not necessarily, say researchers.
An Ohio federal judge has ordered DuPont to defend 10 cases of alleged C-8 exposure in a span of three months, starting next year.
Mayor Byron Brown proclaimed Wednesday that Buffalo’s water is “lead safe” after samples from more than 150 homes showed results below the federal government’s standard.
Government and academic specialists at a Capitol Hill briefing Oct. 17 offered a sampling of what has been done, is being done and needs to be done as they discussed the consequences of the 2010 disaster.
Turns out that when it comes to industry sway over federal advisory committees, there are no rules.
Shortages of sugar, a staple of the national diet, and of other products have led to brewing anger against President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi.
Residents are complaining of health problems eight years after a mercaptan spill at a Mobile Gas facility, and the company’s sluggish response highlights a trend of lax oversight.
Maybe it would be valuable to stop for a moment and think about what methylmercury actually does in humans, and why it might be a serious concern for people whose source of food is near the Muskrat Falls project.
Marijuana is already easily accessible and widely used in California; it would be better for public health and for public safety if it was regulated.
EPA Scientific Advisory Panel meetings, called to look at potential glyphosate ties to cancer, were "postponed" just four days before they were to begin Oct. 18, after intense lobbying by the agrichemical industry.
One of East Africa's most important sources of water is drying up due to the impact of climate change on Mt Kilimanjaro, the United Nations Environment Programme warned on Wednesday.
Federal health officials have made a new color-coded map for Miami and say pregnant women should stay out of the "red zone" — where Zika virus is actively infecting new people daily.
The scale of a cholera outbreak in Haiti after Hurricane Matthew may be underreported because remote areas are cut off, a United Nations official in charge of controlling the disease said on Tuesday, adding protests over slow aid made the problem worse.
Human geneticist Spencer Wells, director of the Genographic Project of the National Geographic Society, tracks down the biological and cultural history of our ability to digest lactose.
How do you replace an entire city’s aging underground infrastructure? One house at a time.
Substitutions used to replace banned substances triclosan and triclocarban, in consumer wash products, are not proven to be “safe and effective”, an NGO has claimed.
The study raises intriguing questions, such as whether the presence or absence of certain bacteria can confer risk or lead to the development of cancer.
The German cabinet approved a deal on Wednesday for its top utilities to start paying into a 23.6-billion-euro ($25.9 billion) fund next year in return for shifting liability for nuclear waste storage to the government, a source said.
We refer to them as kitchen basics - milk and eggs - but how often do we stop to think about the true cost of their production? Not often enough writes TIM MADDAMS