More than 190 people have suffered severe lung injuries in 22 states in an outbreak that started at the end of June.
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.
“The big problem is we aren’t testing for these cutting agents, and chronic health problems [they cause] by their nature only appear years later,” said an expert.
“NASA said we’ll bet on the future,” said one space historian. That future just didn’t include moon landings.
The man is now in hospital in critical condition.
Ayoola Ajayi, 31, had been taken into custody last week and charged with Lueck's killing.
The suspect in the Houston incident remains at large.
"We are likely to see more of these events in the future due to climate change," said an expert.
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“Regardless of who wins the Democratic nomination, voters deserve to know what these candidates’ plans are for climate change.”
The drug is supposed to increase women's libido, and is injected with a pen about 45 minutes ahead of time.
"This kind of wholesale elimination of advisory panels is bad government," said one expert.
Former CDC Director Tom Frieden Pleaded Guilty To Disorderly Conduct After Being Arrested For Sex Abuse
A Brooklyn woman accused Frieden of squeezing her butt in his apartment.
The US Government Botched Its Investigation Into The Mysterious “Sonic Attack” In Cuba, Emails Reveal
“The fundamental problem is you can’t trust anybody here,” said one medical ethicist. “Not the US State Department and not the Cuban government.”
A Supreme Court case may soon create a constitutional right to freely carry a gun everywhere, but that would be a dangerous mistake to make, suggests a new study of violent crimes.
"That is a very small down payment for what they are proposing to do," one space expert said.