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With the UK's Hinkley Point deal hanging in the balance, a new study casts fresh doubts over future of nuclear energy in Europe, writes JAMES HAKNER
If you want to make a difference to waste and the environment then you need to think about what you will eat when you're travelling - both for business and for pleasure. It won't be easy, it'll take some planning but the difference you make will be huge writes, TIM MADDAMS our New Voices Ethical Foodie columnist
The true impact of air pollution has been obscured by the failure to consider people’s exposure as they move around during the day, according to a new study.
Calls for a complete prohibition on fracking are getting stronger, but not all climate advocates are on board.
The Minnesota Dept. of Health made the announcement as it reviews the effect of new, more stringent federal standards for the chemicals, known as PFCs, which were used at a local 3M Co. plant decades ago.
Some critics claim the whole $1-billion-plus project is a waste of money. Treatment simply isn’t needed, opponents maintain.
Carnegie Mellon scientists identify chemistry that one day may drive medical devices inside the body. Hint: It’s your own melanin.
After months of rumbling about potential lawsuits against the military over local drinking water contamination, a Philadelphia law firm became the first to take action Tuesday.
Georgia state Rep. Bill Hitchens says he’s worried by the 2015, 300,000 gallon Kinder Morgan pipeline spill in Belton, South Carolina, as well as the use of eminent domain by private companies.
Officials want to test genetically modified mosquitoes built to blunt the spread of dengue and Zika, but many Key Haven residents fear the experiment more than the viruses.
Three therapeutic doses administered during early life disturb the animals’ microbiomes and lead to enduring changes in the immune systems of non-obese diabetic mice, researchers report.
Cancer is just one of many health concerns linked to the chemical treatments used in furniture.
New guidelines say kids should eat no more than six teaspoons of added sugar a day. Here's what that looks like.
Consumption of sugar-sweetened drinks dipped 21 percent after a tax was enacted, a new study finds.
A "grocery tax" sounds way worse than a "soda tax," right? Yeah, Big Soda thought so.
The rule will ask food companies to volunteer more information about ingredients “generally recognized as safe,” but companies will continue to decide what ingredients they consider safe.
Behind the failed crops is a rare confluence of negative factors.
About 80 homes in Washington County have well water with chemical pollution deemed too high by new federal guidelines.
The United States has to do more to address this public-health emergency.
We grew up learning a tradition of respect for water, hearing our Elders praying with water. Water is a part of every second of our lives, everything has water flowing through it, everything has life.