by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee May 21, 2015
"The thing that was very striking is that I’ve been a natural hair stylist for ten years," a hair stylist said. "I haven’t done major relaxer treatments in ten years, and I do deal with some coloring, but the effects last for years.”
by Beenish Ahmed May 7, 2015
Some studies suggest that women are far more likely than men, boys, or even girls to die when disaster strikes.
by Katie Valentine May 4, 2015
The EPA's carbon rule would come with major health benefits, a new study confirmed Monday.
by Joe Romm Apr 14, 2015
It’s a myth there are no big winners from climate change besides fossil fuel companies.
by Katie Valentine Apr 7, 2015
The announcement includes a wide range of new public and private-sector initiatives and projects on climate change and health.
by Beenish Ahmed Mar 18, 2015
FGM is not only a deep-seated cultural phenomenon, but one that often goes unseen.
by Sacha Feinman Mar 10, 2015
How the anti-vaccine movement spreads its message.
by Ari Phillips Mar 6, 2015
The study's results are especially timely as the Obama Administration struggles to update ground-level ozone standards and implement the Clean Power Plan.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Feb 26, 2015
How gender roles can have a tangible impact on women's health.
by Katie Valentine Dec 15, 2014
A new poll found that though a "solid majority" -- 63 percent -- of Americans think climate change is generally bad for people's health, most aren't able to list any particular health impact of climate change.