A treatment from World War I is making a comeback in the struggle to beat deadly multidrug-resistant infections
The surprise revelation means 12 million Vietnamese may need to retreat
An overemphasis on blood testing and case management for even low exposures is draining resources and ignoring the real need: Removing lead paint.
More and more communities are emerging as hotspots for drinking water tainted with perflourochemicals used in making Teflon, Gor-Tex, and hundreds of other commercial products. Are they harmful? This article investigates.
American warplanes sprayed millions of gallons of Agent Orange during the Vietnam War. Some researchers and the Vietnamese government insist that its toxic effects last generations. Read on to learn more from my reporting trip to Vietnam last year.