A new report suggests that pollution led to the deaths of nine million people in 2015
The study is a striking reminder of how much science has to learn about these little wrigglers
This animation explains that humans don't just impact the interconnected web of life—we depend on it
A global study finds they can help cool cities and reduce air pollution—for less money than high-tech answers
This 1980s-era “gene gun” fired the shot heard around the world
Infectious disease researchers should be using museum collections to fight newly discovered pathogens
Up to ten percent of major drugs contain plant-derived ingredients, but a warming world could put those—and other medicines—at risk
The ports in southern California are cleaning up their act, but what will it take to ship cargo with no emissions?
And cleaning it up might take centuries
Evidence is growing that deforestation causes disease outbreaks by changing animal carriers' behavior.
A new model finds that the health benefits of outdoor exercise can outweigh the hazards of air pollution.
You may not know their names, but health officials are concerned about the epidemic potential of these illnesses
The finding points to ways that 'superbugs' might spread
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