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  • Neighborhood pesticide exposure linked to prostate cancer

     
    California's Central Valley has by far the largest use of pesticides and the largest population potentially exposed to them in the United States....
  • NFL lockout: Players ratify deal, which includes HGH testing

     
    As expected, NFL players ratified the new, 10-year collective bargaining agreement agreed upon last month, and two people familiar with the negotiations told the Associated Press that the deal allows the NFL to become the first major U.S. professional...
  • Could free birth control have global consequences?

     
    If birth control increases the risk of contracting HIV, why would we give it away to women for free? The answer isn't so simple....
  • SYRIA: Detention and killing of children prompt charges and countercharges

     
    Anti-government protesters in Syria have championed the cases of children detained and killed during the past month, trying to raise awareness and prevent more deaths. In response, President Bashar Assad’s regime launched a propaganda a campaign...
  • A reading list for Natalie Portman: five new mom books (and one blog)

     
    Natalie Portman gives birth to a baby boy. This is what she should be reading....
  • Canning it: Tools of the trade

     
    Home preservation can and should be done inexpensively. But it can also be a super-fun way to fill your cupboards with tools and gadgets specifically designed to extend the life of food. If you are really interested in food preservation......
  • Oil sands activity, not wolves, threatens Canadian caribou

     
    Four years of research has found that exploration and mining of Canada's oil sands appear to pose a much greater threat to the remaining herds of Alberta's caribou than does being eaten by packs of wolves. The findings, by a......
  • Triclosan: Is Bath & Body Works' new soap harmful to teens?

     
    Health and environmental groups have mounted a campaign against Bath & Body Works, urging the retailer to stop selling its line of “Summertime Scent” soaps that contain triclosan, a chemical categorized as a pesticide. Scientific studies...
  • Another reason to support circumcision

     
    Circumcision is making headlines again, but this time on the other side of the globe. A successful circumcision campaign in South Africa worked to help decrease HIV infections in men by 76%, The Times reported. The results of the campaign......
  • 'Rescue Me' Recap: Tommy Gavin handles an inferno of estrogen

     
    'Rescue Me' Recap: Tommy Gavin handles and inferno of estrogen in episode 2 of the final season....
  • Fish and Game Q&A: May a photo be taken with a 'no-take' fish before it is released?

     
    In support of the California Department of Fish and Game and its effort to keep hunters and anglers informed, Outposts, on Thursday or Friday, posts marine biologist Carrie Wilson's weekly Q&A column: Question: I fish in Southern California and have......