SpaceX launched 60 WiFi satellites last week, and hopes to launch thousands more.
“For the first time, we have a definite contaminant of concern,” the CDC said.
“Dehumanizing opposition by calling people ‘bots’ is just a way to attack vaping,” said one vaping advocate.
“Exxon has been working very hard to prevent this day from ever happening,” said one legal expert.
“Juul should speak for itself,” said one of the e-cigarette maker’s competitors. A lack of trust in the vaping industry “is a direct result of its deceptive marketing activities.”
After being contacted by BuzzFeed News, the platform took down some of the videos. Vaping-related injuries continue to climb by the day.
James Peebles, Michel Mayor, and Didier Queloz will split the prize of 9 million Swedish kronor, about $908,000.
Recovery advocates fear the move will give the pharmaceutical industry a prominent seat at the table for shaping drug policy and addiction treatment.
Vaping bans are happening left and right, but some experts worry they’ll drive ex-smokers right back to cigarettes.
The US State Department is coordinating with Canada on investigating the finding.
NASA Finally Wants To Launch A Satellite To Spot Dangerous Asteroids — After We Narrowly Missed Getting Hit By A Dangerous Asteroid
“We are finally going to rely on knowledge, rather than luck, as our plan for dealing with hazardous asteroids,” said one outside expert.
A “Sneaky” Asteroid Narrowly Missed Earth This Summer. Internal Emails Show How NASA Scientists Totally Missed It.
"This one did sneak up on us," one NASA expert wrote in an internal email, two days after the football-field-sized asteroid narrowly missed the planet.
A hidden epidemic, Vitamin E, tariffs on Chinese vaping pens? “It’s not like we can say Product X is causing this,” said one expert.
Five people have died in the nationwide outbreak of deadly lung injuries connected to black market vaping liquids.
No single vaping product explains the severe lung illness outbreak, health officials said, although THC and cannabinoid use has been reported in many cases.
More than 190 people have suffered severe lung injuries in 22 states in an outbreak that started this summer.
Greenland’s ice is melting, record-setting fires are blazing from the Arctic to the Amazon, and July was the world’s hottest month ever.
A World Health Organization-cited research team last year reported that 90% of bottled water sampled contained microscopic plastic fibers.
The organization announced Monday it would forgo federal dollars rather than abide by a rule that created barriers for family planning organizations that discuss or provide abortions.
“Even brief contact with the police or indirect exposure is associated with lasting harm,” said New York City’s health commissioner.