You'll catch more bugs with honey Within the past decade, antibiotic resistance has become a critical issue for global health. More and more strains of bacteria have grown tolerant of the typical methods
Changing Planet ‘In the forest, we see with our ears,’ says José Carlos Meirelles, an expert on Brazil’s last uncontacted tribes. During his recent expeditions into the remote rainforest of Acre state,
Great Energy Challenge Even as concerns arise about the threats hydraulic fracturing poses to water quality and human health, a new study released yesterday finds that the water demands of the “fracking”
Report warns that 14 species are still struggling from the 2010 disaster. Four years after the biggest oil spill in U.S. history, several species of wildlife in the Gulf of Mexico are still struggling
New program would leave records with phone companies President Barack Obama has officially announced his plan to reform the National Security Agency's collection of phone records. Under his new proposal,
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