The "iron law of prohibition" is alive and well. An animal anesthetic related to, but worse than, xylazine (Tranq) called ...
We’ve witnessed the opioid addiction crisis suffering through its mismanagement. Now, we face another scourge of addiction – ...
If your doctor considers carbon emissions when recommending a treatment, find another doctor.
The silver tsunami, America's aging population continues to flood the roads. For seniors who might be truckin’ with a bit of ...
During my recent conversation with John Batchelor, we discussed the ongoing threat of highly pathogenic H5N1 avian flu, which has been a persistent concern, particularly in Asia, since the early 2000s ...
Electronic Health Records (EHRs) were once hailed as the solution to streamlining healthcare processes, but their ...
Instead of punishing U.S. oil producers, policymakers should seek scientific, evidence-based solutions to climate change that ...
Both scientific and policy advancements could provide desperately needed organs for transplantation. For example, there have ...
It's Memorial Day Weekend - the unofficial start of the beach season. Although no one is likely to be swimming in the icy ...
Environmental impact analyses make sense to a certain extent. A transportation megaproject surely will disrupt ecosystems and ...
The USDA's National Organic Program (NOP) has embarked on a mission to fortify oversight and enforcement in producing, ...
If Ellen Swallow Richards, industrial chemist, sanitarian, efficiency expert, science educator, public health economist, ...