by Alex Zielinski Jul 7, 2016
While the new rule greatly expands access to the drug, Suboxone remains one of the only medications with a federally-mandated prescription cap.
by Lauren C. Williams Jul 6, 2016
E-cigarette users in several states, including New York, California, and Florida, are suing e-cigarette and vaporizer companies for devices' tendency to explode during use, spraying corrosive battery acid on users' skin and inside their mouths.
by Bryce Covert Jul 6, 2016
A number of states have woken up to the problem and are now working on bills that would require schools and daycares to test their drinking water.
by Sydney Pereira Jul 5, 2016
The report found coal-reliant countries are damaging more than the health of their own.
by Alex Zielinski Jul 1, 2016
"We will use this ruling to go state by state, legislature by legislature, court by court, and law by law, until every single one of these dangerous restrictions is repealed."
by Laurel Raymond Jul 1, 2016
The governor asked to divert emergency funds to cover the law's defense in numerous legal challenges.
by Bryce Covert Jun 30, 2016
The letter urges the EPA to update its rules to be in line with current science and technologies.
by Celisa Calacal & Laurel Raymond Jun 29, 2016
While Republicans and Democrats decide to play the blame game, it's women who will suffer the most.
by Bryce Covert Jun 29, 2016
Drinking water in the Cannon House Office Building has been turned off after tests showed elevated lead levels.
by Erica Hellerstein Jun 29, 2016
The court’s reliance on rigorous data collection to inform their decision was unusual for a topic like abortion, which is often driven by emotional rhetoric instead of scientific evidence and fact.