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It’s a colorless, toxic gas. A US woman won $363m after years of exposure

An Illinois resident won her case against the company Sterigenics – but other sufferers’ lawsuits hang in the balance


Where did the PFAS in your blood come from? These computer models offer clues

New research could help pinpoint “forever chemicals” exposure — giving communities a roadmap for cleanup and individuals direction on what to avoid.


World's largest active volcano, Mauna Loa, erupts on Hawaii's Big Island for first time in 38 years - triggering more than DOZEN earthquakes: Fears of major ash fall as sky over Honolulu turns flame red

Lava has started to flow from Hawaii's Mauna Loa, the largest active volcano in the world, after it erupted for the first time in 38 years Sunday night.


Hero cardiologist saves TWO runners who went into cardiac arrest during half marathon

A cardiologist competing in a California half marathon has saved the lives of two runners using CPR after watching one man collapse in front of him and another at the finish line after he'd completed the race.


EXCLUSIVE: Why didn't we stock up? As whirlwind of post-lockdown illnesses strike children and trigger shortages of key drugs

Experts today slammed the US Government for failing to stock up on key flu drugs and antibiotics during the pandemic — despite warnings that a whirlwind of seasonal illness would return with a vengeance post-lockdown.


Eating Fattening Food, Even If You’re In Good Health, Can Trigger Pain

Scientists have long agreed that nerve damage and pain observed in people with diabetes or obesity is related to their metabolic state. Researchers from the University of Texas-Dallas are now challenging this notion. Could chowing down on fattening food alone be the driving factor behind pain in some people?


5 Reasons to Indulge in Strawberries

In case you're looking for an excuse to satisfy your sweet tooth with strawberries, they're among the healthiest fruits for your heart, brain and body


Underwater tsunamis created by glacier calving

Scientists on a research vessel in Antarctica watched the front of a glacier disintegrate and their measurements ‘went off the scale’. As well as witnessing disruptions on the ocean surface, they recorded ‘internal’ underwater tsunamis as tall as a house, a phenomenon that has been previously missed in the understanding of ocean mixing and in computer models.


The Colorado River Compact Turns 100 Years Old. Is It Still Working?

The agreement didn’t consider the needs of Native Americans, Mexico or ecosystems. Since its signing, the river has dropped, demand has skyrocketed and states have failed to agree on how to share it. ​


FDA issues highest alert over 9,000 high-tech hospital beds that could KILL patients

Thousands of high-tech hospital beds have been recalled amid concerns they could kill or lead to life-threatening injuries in patients.

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