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Children born to mothers who were exposed to secondhand tobacco smoke during pregnancy face an elevated risk of eczema and other skin problems in childhood.
In a move stunning to lawmakers and environmentalists, the Christie administration is reportedly settling an 11-year-old pollution lawsuit against Exxon Mobil Corp. for $250 million, a fraction of the $8.9 billion it originally sought.
A massive food-monitoring programme in the wake of the Fukushima nuclear disaster has provided scientists with a unique look at how radioactivity peaks in different foods after a nuclear spill.
Using wee balls of iron, scientists can catch radioactive fuel - hook, line and sinker.
In drought-ridden US, water managers consider using a coating one molecule thick to reduce evaporation from reservoirs.
Legislators in 29 states have introduced bills that would make it harder for parents to opt out of vaccinating their kids.
Scientists say signs of spring are appearing earlier in woodlands because of temperature rises in past decades.
Burning kernels provides clean energy, but it takes muscle and increasingly more cash.
The snowy peaks of the Alborz Mountains visible through Iranian Vice-President Masoumeh Ebtekar’s Tehran office window may be evidence that the city is finally serious about tackling its chronic air pollution.
As an organic analytical chemist, Ronald A. Hites of Indiana University has been taking the measure of persistent organic pollutants in the environment for decades.
When you ask people what impacts health you'll get a lot of different answers. But if you dig a little deeper you'll find a clear dividing line, and it boils down to one word: money.
Despite weeks of investigation by multiple federal and state agencies, the cause of the release and the extent of the contamination remain unknown, according to interviews and records obtained by USA TODAY.
Coral inhabiting the Great Barrier Reef have added plastic to their menus, a toxic option that researchers have found to be also affecting some marine life.
A civil engineer battles Los Angeles over its air pollution legacy.
Extensive damage to Gaza’s environment as a result of the Israeli blockade and its devastating military campaign against the coastal territory during last year’s war from July to August, is negatively affecting the health of Gazans, especially their food security.
China's environmental ministry has ordered local governments in two key steel-producing cities to take tougher action against polluters from the sector as part of efforts to improve air quality.
The country’s sprawling supply chain has challenged governmental efforts to ensure quality, and so its tech giants are working to provide shoppers with useful tools.
Virginia farmers will be able to use about $3 million in federal and state funds during the next four years to cover cost of increased buffers to keep livestock from fouling waterways that feed into the historic estuary.
Sierra Leone thought it had beaten back the disease, then two fishing boats carrying three infected mariners arrived at a wharf in February.
Scientists at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew have begun a desperate bid to find a new bean of coffee which can thrive as the climate warms, before the world’s supplies run out.