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Mon, Jun 17, 2013 12:39 PM
Certain psychopathic traits are linked to heroic behavior, suggesting that they may be adaptive.
CT scans may be easier and faster than other methods, but they come with a price: Increased cancer risk.
Five-year-study shows that exposure to increased levels of the compound is associated with sexual dysfunction and other problems.
Matt Hickman takes a trip down memory lane on the way to locating the greenest courses of them all.
How to test for and improve indoor air quality
Like to set your burger on your dashboard between bites? When's the last time you cleaned your car?
With just a ball, it can played by anyone anywhere, but is football (soccer) really green? The 2010 FIFA World Cup is on track to have the biggest carbon footprint ever.
Just about anything you eat that comes out of a can contains BPA.
People exposed to secondhand smoke are 50 percent more likely to suffer from psychological distress, according to a new study.
Players are complaining that the ball behaves erratically and they are having difficulty judging its trajectory.
Enjoy this official UN holiday while helping to clean up and protect our oceans through activism.
Honey is rocket fuel for bees and is also a healthy choice for humans.
Los Angeles State Historic Park introduces visitors to healthy, organic, locally grown eats and urban gardening.
High levels of lead have contaminated water supplies in at least six villages.
Artificial threads are driven into the surface to intertwine with the roots of real grass, giving the surface a smooth, robust quality that is hard to undo.
Anywhere from one-fifth to nearly one-third of the tests and treatments Americans get are estimated to be unnecessary.
Green parenting author on raising eco-friendly kids.