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By looking under the hood of hospitals, Gary Cohen discovered a few nasty secrets — and inspired big changes for a community of scientists and practitioners whose healing practices were actually hurting the world around them.
For some semivolatiles such as phthalates, dermal uptake can at least match entry via lungs.
Concertgoers were asked to boycott Kellogg’s, sign letters to their congress member over GMO labeling, save monarch butterflies and return buffalo to Native American lands.
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Some bacteria turn mercury into a neurotoxin called methylmercury that accumulates in the food we eat. Now we know where those bacteria are found.
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Climate-focused advocacy groups, made up of parents, grandparents and families, are joining forces in an international coalition aimed at pushing global leaders to cut carbon pollution.
Starting June 22, baby formula labels will be required to list the mineral selenium under required nutrients.
Almost a year after its shutdown, the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant is still sparking debate over safety, spending and the disposal of nuclear waste.
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Surviving cancer doesn't always inspire people to eat healthier, according to a new study. In fact, it may do just the opposite.
These findings are encouraging, because disclosed spills of chemicals at the surface can be targeted for rapid clean up, and homes in the area can employ point-of-use water treatment technologies when needed.
A new system uses bees to help deliver natural pesticides and beneficial fungi directly to plants—and because bees are so much more precise than the typical sprayers on farms, they can use a tiny fraction of the pesticide and make plants stronger.
A St. Louis County circuit court judge has declared a mistrial in a lawsuit against Monsanto Co. and related companies that alleged Monsanto was negligent in the production and marketing of PCBs during its time as a chemical company.
Important ecosystems could be massively damaged by 2050 unless greenhouse gas emissions and localised pollution is drastically reduced, researchers say.
BirdLife Australia’s state of Australia’s birds report in July found magpie, kookaburra, lorikeet and willie wagtail numbers are declining.
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A Seattle law firm filed a class action lawsuit against Volkswagen in Los Angeles federal court Monday demanding an immediate buyback under California emissions laws.
A new tax in Mexico has caused sales of sugary drinks to fall.