August 25, 2023

Fracking Linked to Increased Cases of Lymphoma in Pennsylvania Children

Long awaited papers by researchers at the University of Pittsburgh found correlations between natural gas development and childhood cancers, asthma, and birth outcomes.
August 11, 2023

New Emails Show COVID Vaccine Mandates Were Based On A Lie

It is not uncommon for politicians or bureaucrats to lie. What seems to be unique, though, is just how common and consequential the lies were during the COVID pandemic.
August 3, 2023

Anonymous Donations To World Health Organization’s New Foundation Raise Concerns

Nearly 40 percent of the money raised by the WHO Foundation in its first two years came from anonymous sources, worrying some that donors may be trying to influence the World Health Organization and its role in shaping global health policy with their gifts.
July 28, 2023

Authorities Retain Custody Of Texas Boy With Cancer Whose Parents Oppose Continued Chemotherapy

Authorities should retain custody of a 5-year-old Texas boy in order to continue chemotherapy treatments that his parents have resisted, a U.S. judge has ruled.
July 28, 2023

122 Million More People Pushed Into Hunger Since 2019

More than 122 million more people are facing hunger in the world since 2019 due to the pandemic and repeated weather shocks and conflicts, including the war in Ukraine, according to a new report.
July 28, 2023

Global Analysis Shows How Pesticides Leach Into The Environment

A University of Sydney led study published in Nature has revealed the chemical odyssey pesticides embark upon after their initial agricultural application, with environmental consequences for a range of ecosystems.
July 21, 2023

Vitamin D Deficiency May Be Associated With Higher Body Mass Index And Inflammation

A new cross-sectional cohort study suggests there may be an inverse relationship between vitamin D deficiency and body mass index (BMI), average blood glucose, and the inflammatory marker of tumor necrosis factor-alpha levels in Korean women aged 50 years and over.
July 14, 2023

Nearly Half Of Tap Water Americans Drink Is Tainted With ‘Forever Chemicals’

"Forever chemicals" are widespread in the environment, and new research finds they can be detected in about 45 percent of U.S. tap water samples.