‘Very large acceleration’: Wor...

Mar 24, 2020 by

‘Very large acceleration’: World Health Organization warns US could become epicenter of global coronavirus crisis

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Destroyed Habitat Creates the ...

Mar 24, 2020 by

Destroyed Habitat Creates the Perfect Conditions for Coronavirus to Emerge

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Coronavirus quarantines and yo...

Mar 23, 2020 by

Coronavirus quarantines and your legal rights: 4 questions answered

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3 ways the coronavirus pandemi...

Mar 20, 2020 by

3 ways the coronavirus pandemic is changing who we are

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“There Are No Foreign Vi...

Mar 17, 2020 by

“There Are No Foreign Viruses:” Go Viral with Outrageous Love – Share the Love – Share This Clip – Physical Distancing, NOT Social Distancing

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Demand For Palm Oil Is Burning...

Mar 12, 2020 by

Demand For Palm Oil Is Burning Indonesia

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What’s the Difference Between ...

Mar 10, 2020 by

What’s the Difference Between Pandemic, Epidemic and Outbreak?

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Paul Krugman: ‘Luridly delusio...

Mar 10, 2020 by

Paul Krugman: ‘Luridly delusional’ Trump apologists ‘can’t handle the truth’ on coronavirus

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Study Confirms: Any Asbestos E...

Mar 6, 2020 by

Study Confirms: Any Asbestos Exposure Amount Can Cause Mesothelioma

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Industrial Pollution Is in You...

Feb 26, 2020 by

Industrial Pollution Is in Your Blood. Is That a Form of Battery?

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“Moral injury”: do...

Feb 10, 2020 by

Systemic barriers often make quality patient care impossible, grinding good doctors out of the industry

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In Food Safety Regulations, a ...

Feb 5, 2020 by

While health and safety regulations in the United States are well-funded, studies that assess their efficacy aren’t.

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9 things Americans need to lea...

Jan 29, 2020 by

Universal health care is hard, but it should be possible — and eight more things I discovered from visiting other countries.

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Lead poisoning hits low-income...

Jan 20, 2020 by

Children from low-income families may be more susceptible to toxic environmental hazards such as lead exposure

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Ashes to Ashes

Jan 14, 2020 by

A Georgia town welcomed America’s largest coal plant. Now, residents worry it’s contaminating their water.

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Make 2020 the Year of Less Sug...

Jan 2, 2020 by

One of the best things you can do for your health is to cut back on foods with added sugar. Our 7-Day Sugar Challenge will show you how.

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Paul Krugman on climate, robot...

Dec 26, 2019 by

The Nobel prize-winning economist explains it all.

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America is facing a sugar shor...

Dec 19, 2019 by

But is that a bad thing?

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Pesticides, Heat, and the Peop...

Dec 9, 2019 by

In a new report released this week, we show that climate change poses dire threats to farmworkers.

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The Next Generation of Childre...

Dec 4, 2019 by

New study finds that hot weather increases the risk of early childbirth.

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America’s Red State Death Trip...

Dec 3, 2019 by

Why does falling life expectancy track political orientation?

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‘The Game Changers’...

Nov 20, 2019 by

It turns out you can still be a high-performing athlete on a plant-based diet.

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Dwindling tropical rainforests...

Nov 15, 2019 by

Growing up in Tanzania, I knew that fruit trees were useful. Climbing a mango tree to pick a fruit was a common thing to do when I was hungry, even though at times there were unintended consequences.

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Cities Worldwide Are Reimagini...

Nov 14, 2019 by

At a time when most of humanity lives in cities, where do cars belong — especially the old, polluting ones that make city air foul for people to breathe?

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Climate change will affect “ev...

Nov 13, 2019 by

A baby born today will face higher risks of disease and undernutrition because of climate change, according to a new report in The Lancet.

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Climate Change Affects Student...

Nov 7, 2019 by

Education is a fundamental right, codified in the constitutions of nearly half of the 50 states including California and in international law.

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Why New Delhi’s air is always ...

Nov 5, 2019 by

India’s capital city of New Delhi has been making headlines this week for its abysmal air quality as the concentration of particulate matter reached above 400 micrograms per cubic meter, 20 times the levels deemed healthy by the World Health Organization and the worst the city has seen since 2016.

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Even Louisiana’s Wealthier Nei...

Nov 1, 2019 by

Industrial development usually targets poor communities, but Ascension Parish is one of the richest, and most toxic, places in Louisiana. Some residents say the financial benefits of living there outweigh the risks.

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Wildfires Are Making Californi...

Oct 31, 2019 by

A new study examines the human health costs of the fires.

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