by Juliana Kenny New research looks at the risks of exposure to blue-rich white light.Research,blue rich white light,IAD,LED,Juliana Kenny
by Juliana Kenny Algae blooms can be indicators of shifts in glacial climate.Environment,Arctic,global warming,pink snow,Juliana Kenny
by Juliana Kenny Scientists have confirmed vertical movement of land around the San Andreas fault.Research,California,earthquake,San Andreas fault,Juliana Kenny
By Michael Lerner Although major strides in treatment have been made, new HIV infections are still high.Medicine,Africa,AIDS,contraceptives,HIV,U.N.,Michael Lerner
by CEO Louise Blouin Does China, the United States or any other country really have a choice?
The South Pole Observatory recorded a carbon dioxide reading of 400 ppm on May 23.
by Juliana Kenny The two countries are engaged in setting summits and projects to stem global warming.
By Michael Lerner Mining ban unanimously upheld in treaty.
by Juliana Kenny The wearables market is on the rise as the internet of things gets going.
by Juliana Kenny The world now has more overweight than underweight people, and air pollution doesn't help.
by Michael Lerner Childhood obesity is a growing problem in the U.K., and this measure will help fight it.
Wonderful Pistachios is recalling some nuts voluntarily.
Tests show that hundreds of babies could be born with birth defects.
75% of emergency patients who were prescribed antibiotics for two STDs then tested negative for them.
by Juliana Kenny While Americans pay the most for cancer drugs, the meds are unaffordable in India.
by Juliana Kenny The group advises abstaining from sex for eight weeks following travel.
The planet was discovered using NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope.
by Juliana Kenny Dr. Jill McDevitt shares her vision of what truly comprehensive sex education should look like.
by Juliana Kenny The C.D.C. reports a surprising turn in statistics for the U.S.'s death rate.
A powerful multi-antenna satellite shows columns of ammonia gas below Jupiter's cloud tops.