New simulations show how reducing residential and agricultural pollution outside the Greater Bay Area could improve public health inside this megalopolis and across China.
A new study will trace the legacy of uranium mining on commercially available medicinal plants.
New research provides practical advice to minimize landslide risk for individuals before, during, and after an event.
En un innovador ensayo clínico se estudia el impacto del zinc en la mitigación de los efectos sobre la salud relacionados con la minería de uranio. Éste se lleva a cabo mediante la “participación bidireccional” entre los Navajos y las comunidades médicas.
Using satellites to detect cyanobacterial algal blooms can foster faster decision-making that reduces harm to public health as well as associated costs.
Researchers established a relatively low cost method that could help countries with limited monitoring capabilities measure particulate pollution in their skies.
An association between drinking water salinity and neonatal and infant mortality in Bangladesh indicates the critical role of water salinity on child health.
Saharan dust events can spread bacterial pathogens over long distances, but we may be able to predict the human health risk from exposure.
New research tallies the effects of gas- and diesel-burning vehicle emissions on the climate, as well as on human health. Together, the emissions cause more than 200,000 premature deaths each year.
New low-cost monitoring and mapping techniques can identify multiple pollution sources and reduce related human disease and death.