After Surviving California’s Deadliest Wildfire, Evacuees Are Now Being Infected With A Virus At Shelters
Norovirus is a highly contagious gastrointestinal virus that spreads easily in crowded conditions.
Reminder: Never give honey to babies younger then 12 months because of the risk of botulism, a potentially life-threatening condition.
“You could see haze inside buildings,” one expert told BuzzFeed News.
Just Before Thanksgiving, A Turkey Supplier Is Recalling 91,000 Pounds Of Raw Meat Because Of Salmonella Fears
With Thanksgiving less than a week away, the feds still don’t know the original source of the salmonella outbreak that has sickened 164 people and killed one.
Before joining Trump's EPA, Andrew Wheeler was a coal lobbyist. He must still be confirmed by the Senate.
As we head for the edge of a climate change cliff, neoliberal market capitalism is chewing up the biosphere and the lives of everyone in it. But it’s not too late to act.
The flu and the common cold are nasty respiratory illnesses with some similar symptoms. Here’s how to tell the difference.
Hurricanes, overharvesting, and a really bad oil spill have brought down the Gulf's oyster populations to historic lows.
A $238,000 federal study will follow more than 10,000 medical marijuana patients in New York over the next two years to see if their opioid use drops.
Homeowners in these areas will need to get used to flooding year after year.
Even if you're not into fitness — like 80% of people in the US — there's some good news in the new exercise guidelines.
Once dismissed as fringe, phage therapy is gaining traction as a last resort when antibiotics fail. It's the subject of a new episode of the Netflix docuseries Follow This.
Health officials are warning consumers about an ongoing, multistate outbreak of drug-resistant salmonella infections linked to raw turkey, just weeks before Thanksgiving.
Women who choose to give birth without medical assistance have shut down their Facebook group, but the “free birth” community is still thriving online.
“Building the airplane is the easy part,” said a NASA official.
The 10th State In The US Just Eliminated Its "Pink Tax" On Pads And Tampons And People Are Celebrating
It's called a "pink tax" and it's gone for good, at least in this particular state.
"We can’t continue doing the same thing and expecting different results."
It was jobs against the climate in this year’s environmental politics fights. Jobs won.
Congress picked up some winners with science backgrounds on Tuesday night.
Oil and gas companies spent millions this year in opposition to the proposed rule.
Classic White, Yellow, and Confetti cake mixes are being pulled from shelves as the FDA investigates an ongoing salmonella outbreak.
This is (mostly) positive news.
Cornell is looking at whether its star professor’s misconduct affected research funded by the federal government.
Eleven babies were born with limb defects in a single region.
In most of the country, candidates don’t have to wade through the environmental muck. Not so in Florida.
The open letter says that any attempt to define gender based on a person’s anatomy at birth or their genes is not grounded in science.
The city is distributing filters to residents and offering free lead tests.
Male rats zapped with high radiation actually lived longer, on average, than their undosed counterparts, because they suffered lower rates of kidney disease.
Cornell Should Reveal What It Found Out About Disgraced Food Scientist Brian Wansink, Dozens Of Scientists Say
“The practice of science requires the highest levels of transparency,” researchers said in an open letter to Cornell.
A Star Neuroscientist Allegedly Drugged And Sexually Assaulted A Grad Student At A Scientific Meeting
Vanderbilt University placed David Sweatt on leave in August, after the allegation surfaced on Twitter. Records obtained by BuzzFeed News show that the school was warned he was a “potential safety threat” in 2017.