New research finds that marketing messages that are inconsistent with our values can lead us to view a food product as less healthy.
The threats that Williamson's ideas present to disabled people are not just hypothetical.
New research finds that a growing number of seniors are drinking too much, too often.
New Australian research finds that, when a neighborhood's green space leads to better health outcomes, it's the canopy of trees that provides most of the benefits.
The agency claims modern mining practices have reduced the risk of pollution going unaddressed. Will taxpayers still have to pay a price?
Most of the wells are more than half a century old, and some residents might not even be aware of the hidden energy infrastructure beneath their own backyards.
A new study finds that the percentage of kindergartners in the state without up-to-date vaccinations dropped from nearly 10 percent in 2013 to under 5 percent in 2017.
The FDA has a key role to play in combating America's overdose epidemic, but advocacy groups debate whether it's doing enough.
New research finds that an empowering message, emphasizing a person's potential to manage addictions, is much more helpful.
Authorities in Mexico City declared an environmental emergency on Tuesday after pollution reached potentially hazardous levels.
A new report finds that inhaling air pollution doesn't just impact the heart and lungs: It can damage all parts of the body, and cause or worsen diseases.
Under the new law, local standards regulating industrial-scale livestock operations cannot be stricter than any of those set by the state.
A new study finds the industry giant was frequently given the right to oversee and even terminate public-sector research.
A new study finds that air pollution caused by fossil fuel emissions is killing millions and disrupting the water cycle.
According to a new study, scientists found as much microplastic pollution in the air in this remote area as in densely populated cities like Paris.
Six states are restricting lawsuits against concentrated animal feeding operations in ways that will disproportionately affect low-income communities.
New research finds that people whose jobs constantly call on them to feign friendly emotions often turn to the bottle after work.
The EPA's Office of Inspector General issued an emergency alert on Monday warning about data discrepancies concerning toxic chemical releases.
Frequent chemical fires in the Houston area signal larger deficiencies in oversight of the chemical industry at both the state and federal levels.
A new study finds that counties with more forest and shrub land spend less per person on Medicare than those dominated by agriculture or urban vegetation.
Last year, a government watchdog report found that about 13 million American children went to schools where officials discovered lead in their drinking water. Now, advocacy groups have graded states' school water policies.
The recent Parkland student suicides call attention to the long-term effects of school shootings on mental health, academic performance, and economic achievement.
A legal expert says the decision doesn't bode well for Bayer, which is facing thousands of pending cases over Roundup.
Public officials and Texas' environmental regulator maintain that the chemicals released in the fire did not pose a health risk.