The U.S. fracking lobby had all of its birthdays at once earlier this month when the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released a draft of a 1000-page report that throws into doubt the contribution of fracking practices to groundwater contamination in states like...
A federal agency installed weather cameras and took other steps in Alaska in recent years to aid the safety of sightseeing planes, like the one that recently crashed and killed all nine people aboard, officials said.
While the Supreme Court's ruling on same-sex marriage was a victory for gay rights, it could lead to some fallout when it comes to benefits for both gay and heterosexual couples.
Food safety experts, puzzling over the earliest days of Blue Bell Creameries' response to a finding of listeria in some of its products, were confused. In mid-February, company workers began quietly reclaiming products from retailers...
The Supreme Court's June 25 decision in King v. Burwell preserves federal health care subsidies under the Affordable Care Act for Americans who reside in states that have opted not to create their own health insurance exchanges....
A team of researchers affiliated with several institutions in Croatia has developed an algorithm that is able to help pinpoint the first person who became ill when an epidemic occurred. In their paper published in the journal Physical...
The cost of opioid use is greater for injured construction workers than for injured workers in other industries, according to a new analysis by insurer CNA Financial Corp. Spending on opioids in the construction industry is 5 to 10 percent...
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