Banned under international law, chemical weapons are still making it onto the battlefield today. This is how their use developed throughout the 20th Century, before being deployed in Syria.
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On a hot summer day, very little is quite as appealing as your local swimming pool.  Swimming is the most popular recreational
Lazy days spent by the pool are one of summer's greatest pleasures. Of course, a quick dip in the pool will cool us down
"Georgia Gulf intervened in November and engaged us in a court battle for ownership of the cemetery," she said. On Jan. 14
These countless microorganisms and toxins in tap water can contribute to allergy symptoms and disease. Removing these chemicals from your drinking water will significantly reduce your internal toxic load and may improve your body's natural ability to deal with allergy symptoms.
Police said all four suspects admitted to spraying the pair. They weren't arrested, but police did cite them for disorderly
Toxic chemicals have infiltrated most facets of our lives. They are in everything from our toothpaste and favorite soap to
There's no question that the idea of a drought-proof supply of drinking water is a tantalizing one. But, as most of us learn pretty early in life, nothing comes for free.
The problem of unsafe water around the world is enormous. Many experts say estimates of 1 billion people without consistent access to clean water are probably way low.
Swimming in a chlorinated pool may boost the odds that a child susceptible to asthma and allergies will develop these problems
Environmental regulation does affect technological change, but not in the way many people assume it does
A study by the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy detected mercury in nearly one-third of 55 popular brand-name food and beverage products where HFCS is the present.
It's ironic that as we mark the 100th anniversary of drinking water chlorination, my old organization and other activist groups aligned with it continue to oppose this most important public health achievement.
Carbon dioxide emissions from burning coal and oil are growing much faster than predicted; The EPA sees no need to remove a toxic rocket fuel ingredient that has been found in drinking water.