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Thu, Dec 12, 2013 7:05 AM
The number of people developing - and dying from - cancer has skyrocketed to 14 million, according to world health experts.
A cute new animated video reveals the dirty tactics behind the toxic chemical lobby.
Birds like sparrows and thrushes carry various forms of bird flu and could potentially spread the viruses to pigs and poultry.
New research suggests it may be possible to identify those at risk of becoming mentally ill before they develop symptoms.
The off-label use of a steroid in pregnant women has medical professionals questioning what's safe and ethical.
Check out this list of 11 products with pure, topical ingredients from nature.
You know to use that cucumber in soups and salads, but it can also be the star in a number of different tasks.
Maria Rodale reflects on gardening and how some things just can’t be rushed.
About 40 million doses of swine flu vaccine — worth about $260 million — will be incinerated.
Environmental Defense Fund seeks to rally grassroots support for toxic chemical reform with a new social media campaign, I am Not a Guinea Pig.
The test detected 99 percent of pancreatic cancer cases, 95 percent of breast cancer and 80 percent of oral cancer cases.
Boosting rare antibodies could help people survive a normally lethal dose of flu.
Researchers found the mechanics of a left-handed pitcher resulted in more stress on the humerus.
Girls as young as 16 are using Botox to fight future fine lines.
Cool down this summer while giving your body the nutrients it needs with these juice ideas.
Officials argue that video replays would interrupt the flow of the game.
Green parenting author on raising eco-friendly kids.