Researchers have discovered in Beijing’s smog the genes that make bacteria resistant to antibiotics, and it’s not clear how much of a health risk they pose.
More communities are stopping their drinking water from being fluoridated, and a handful of U.S. towns went to the polls on Nov. 8 to voice their opinions.
Nestle has been granted preliminary approval to increase pumping from 150 to 400 gallons-per-minute at 1 of its Michigan plants.
More than half a million people might have been exposed to dangerous bacteria from contaminated devices used in open heart surgery.
BPA has been linked to hormone disruption and oxidative stress, but is still used in manufacturing. Now prenatal BPA levels have also been linked to asthma.
People around the world are furious over Nestle’s latest escapade: buying a drought-stricken town’s water supply.
According to the Environmental Integrity Project, over 55,000 California residents are being served up illegal and unsafe levels of arsenic in their tap water.
In the midst of the Flint water crisis, a group of students called the “Dream Kings” sought to ensure that senior citizens of Flint were taken care of, giving them 300 cases of clean water.
With temperatures rising, it is important that you take the necessary steps to protect yourself from heat related issues. Here are 5 no-brainer tips on how to cool yourself down.
Using a high-tech, underwater microscope, scientists are able to study small coral organisms in their natural habitat. We can even see them ‘dancing.’
On June 19, an 18-year-old teen from Ohio died after contracting an infection caused by a rare brain-eating amoeba.
Technological advances are changing farming in a variety of ways, but not all technologies that can be used should be used.
Use of plastics ending up in the ocean is increasing exponentially, but awareness and solutions are slowly dawning. We must prevent plastic from dominating the waters.
IKEA, well-known for do-it-yourself furniture kits, has now forayed into do-it-yourself hydroponic gardening kits for indoor use.
Three officials have been charged for their alleged roles in the Flint water crisis, and many more people are expected to face charges.
In the wake of the Flint water crisis, two more deaths from Legionnaires’ disease have been confirmed, bringing the total up from 10 to 12.
Recently-released emails show that the state was working to provide purified water to state office building employees while ignoring the citizens.