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Oil and gas companies rushing to drill in the Eagle Ford Shale since 2009 have burned and wasted billions of cubic feet of natural gas - enough to meet the heating and cooking needs of 335,000 Texas homes for a year.
Hundreds of rural San Joaquin Valley residents no longer can get drinking water from their home faucets because California's extreme drought has dried up their individual wells, government officials and community groups said.
Scientists are turning their attention to the phenomenon of ocean acidification -- and its potential impact on the hard clams, oysters and other shellfish that make the Long Island Sound their home.
Fukushima Prefecture is set to accept the construction of an interim facility to store radioactive waste from cleanup work due to the nuclear disaster, advancing the stalled process of decontaminating the affected areas.
Tianjin is the second city to release the analysis of its fine particular matter. Early this year, China's environmental authority had asked the 30 municipalities and capital cities, as well as five big cities to release the analysis before the end of 2014.
Iceland has issued a red alert to aviation after indications of a possible eruption under the country's biggest glacier, the Vattnajokull.
Michael Reskovac's farm would make a worthy backdrop for a food label, the kind with a pretty sunset and a well-fed cow. But with fields full of genetically-modified crops, Reskovac, president of the Pennsylvania Corn Growers Association, is worried about a different kind of label.
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Police covertly scanned every face of Boston concertgoers in field test of facial recognition technology
(NaturalNews) Concert attendees at last year's annual Boston Calling music festivals were not there simply to watch the show. In fact, they were, themselves, "watched," if you will, by the Boston Police Department, which was covertly testing new facial recognition technology that...
(NaturalNews) In 2012, the CDC decided that they would preempt an anticipated Hepatitis-C epidemic by urging baby boomers to get tested for Hepatitis-C. Their logic was that during the 1960s through the 1980s, there was a rash of injected street drug use and shared needles among baby...
(NaturalNews) Statistics from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) show that 3 percent of adults and 6 percent of children have one or more food allergies. The rate of food allergies among children has been steadily rising over the past two decades as well.Johns Hopkins Children's...
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Exposure to phthalates has been linked to altered hormonal development and impaired fertility. A team of researchers has identified a potential mechanism: They find that exposure to certain phthalates is correlated with a biomarker for oxidative stress.
As the sun began to set over old factories in Gowanus, residents and visitors were clearly enjoying the first day of summer. A visitor could be lulled into forgetting she was perched on a bridge over one of the most polluted sites in Brooklyn—and the United States.
Baltimore city officials belatedly disclosed Friday that sewage overflows topped 12 million gallons during last week's downpour, four times what had previously been acknowledged.
A fungus called Cryptococcus gattii can cause life-threatening infections, especially in people with compromised immune systems. One-third of AIDS-related deaths are thought to be caused by the fungus.
Requiring retailers in seven southern and central Maine counties to sell a cleaner-burning gasoline could reduce two types of smog-causing emissions by about 6 percent and 1 percent a year, according to rough estimates.