They are sounding the alarm on the danger of mercury emissions to humans
Health & Science
Are the proposed changes the result of the pursuit of science — or other interests?
Stopping pollution is something that everyone should embrace, says Rob Sisson, President of Republicans for Environmental Protection
Now that Paula Deen has become a pseudo-spokesperson for Type 2 diabetes, she’ll continue to enrage health nuts all the way to the bank
Our minds are filled with folk science — and it gets in the way of real learning
Physicians are more likely to sign advance directives and avoid rescue measures at the end of their lives
All we can say for sure about controlling a child’s diet to treat ADHD is that it makes the parents feel better
Using eye-tracking technology, scientists are discovering clues to how we think and learn
Despite news reports about cognitive decline starting at 45, the middle-aged brain actually performs better in other ways
Millions of Americans have to go to work when they fall ill, a phenomenon known as presenteeism. But mandatory paid sick leave is healthier for us all
Only 1 in 7 medical mistakes gets noticed and reported. Hospitals should adhere to basic safety measures used by other industries
It’s the season for Samoas, Tagalongs and Thin Mints, and that means one thing: outrage!
Any person of faith who claims to believe in the sanctity of human life should pay attention when that life is in jeopardy