Scientists on Wednesday reported yet another reason why the world should curtail global warming: It would likely reduce half the current projected sea level rise from ice melting this century.In a study that averaged the results of hundreds of...
A better approach would be to have a trustworthy person address the root cause of hesitation - fear, suspicion, misunderstanding, easy access, or a desire for more information, said Mary Politi, an expert on health decisions and communication at...
When you are in the Chimanimani Mountains, it is difficult to reconcile your present serenity with your troubled past. Huge walls of gray stone rise from the valleys above dense deciduous forests. Old rock paintings, which were...
Brazil's right-wing populist President Jair Bolsonaro despised the public health guidelines, insisting that lockdowns and mobility restrictions would pose a greater threat to the country's weak economy. Brazil now has one of the world's highest death tolls and...
Helen Murray Free, a chemist who started a revolution in diagnostic testing when she helped develop the dip-and-read diabetes test, a strip of paper that detects glucose in urine, died Saturday at a hospice facility in Elkhart, Indiana 98The...
If you stand on the summit at night and turn off the flashlight, all you will see is diamond dots shimmering in the dark. At this moment you are floating unbound in an endless pool of ink. ...
However, in the early 1980s, MDMA fled the clinic to the dance floor, where it became known as ecstasy. In 1985 the Drug Enforcement Administration criminalized MDMA as a List I substance, defined as "currently unaccepted medical use...
WASHINGTON - The growing risk of overlapping heat waves and power outages poses a serious threat that major American cities are unprepared for.Power outages have increased more than 60 percent since 2015, despite climate change making heat waves worse,...
In October of 2016, the remains of three murder victims, dead for three decades, were laid to rest in Newton County, a rural corner of Indiana.Two were young men, likely teenagers, the victims of a serial killer in 1983....
WASHINGTON - The Environmental Protection Agency will take its first major step in curbing climate change on Monday, a spokesperson for the agency confirmed, and will gradually phase out the chemicals used in cooling and air conditioning, which are...

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