by Graciela Chichilnisky Exploring the evolution of the carbon market and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Mothers who breastfeed are up to 50% less likely to develop diabetes.
The country has been free of the virus for just under three months.
Two states are changing the laws so that women can get birth control via pharmacists instead of doctors.
A study looks at how billions of households in the Northern Hemisphere rely on snowpacks for water.
by Graciela Chichilnisky The industrialization of the last several decades has contributed to the abuse of the global environment.
by Michael Lerner The Kermadec Ocean sanctuary will cover a biodiversity-rich range of underwater volcanoes.
China's president to unveil a landmark pledge on climate change and curbing harmful emissions.
The F.D.A. has declared the product as safe as conventional farm-raised Atlantic salmon.
A proposed rule from H.U.D. would ban smoking in all of the nation's 1.2 million housing units.
Tougher regulations ban lighting up in restaurants, offices and on public transport in Beijing.
Research found that even a little screen time is a factor in children's weights.
by Michael Lerner Another mosquito-transmitted virus follows the sargassum seaweed scourge.
10 women, most with UFI, will be the first to undergo the surgeries.
A study has shown that recommended levels of systolic blood pressure should be lowered.
Federal regulators have approved a new four-in-one combination pill to treat the virus.
A one-year old has been cured of previously supposed incurable cancer.
by Graciela Chichilnisky Taking stock of the world's issues in the face of industrialization and the need to increase sustainable development.
by Michael Lerner New rice varieties are high-yielding, drought- and flood-resistant, and more nutritious.
Patients who are not married are 40% more likely to die within a certain time or develop other problems.