The latest news on water safety
A method of testing water quality relies on the swimming behavior of single-celled creatures.
Goal is to prevent kids from getting too much, developing spotted teeth, experts say
Talking to teens about marijuana; kids are getting amped on caffeine, even at age 5.
Science & the Public Blog: Valves in some school water lines shed high amounts of the heavy metal.
Science and the Public Blog: Well fractured seal during cementing; warnings of leaks went unnoticed.
Scientists tracked how oil from the BP spill quickly became dinner for plankton, entering the food web.
A new book by an urban agriculture visionary aims to change the way people think about farming.
Why diabetes may triple by 2050; Healthy People 2010: Americans falling short of federal benchmarks.