Any person of faith who claims to believe in the sanctity of human life should pay attention when that life is in jeopardy
Funding Public Parks Could Save Lives
If people’s lives are at stake because of poorly funded parks, shouldn’t we do something about it?
Should Medical Journals Print Info That Could Help Bioterrorists?
Scientists are butting heads with the government over whether scientific openness trumps national security
The Killer We Can Beat
New data shows that ending malaria is within our reach. We just need the resources to finish the job
Overmedicating Foster Kids: The Cost of Skimping on Care
Overdrugged foster kids is the price we pay for taking care of at-risk children on the cheap
Let’s Stop Being Passive About Fighting Obesity
It’s time to embrace the same tactics that worked against smoking
Good Laws Make Good Neighbors
Why are we allowing states to pass on their pollution?
It’s Raining Babies
As the world population passes 7 billion, there’s no need to worry about water, fuel or food. Capitalism, or aliens, will take care of all that
Meet Big Soda — as Bad as Big Tobacco
The beverage industry is resorting to dirty tactics to prevent taxes on sugar-sweetened drinks
How Politics Hurts the EPA’s Important Mission
Protecting Americans from toxic substances has become a bi-partisan battleground. The EPA chief protests the politicization of pollution