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Children are growing up in a warmer world that will hit them with more and different health problems than their parents experienced, doctors say.
Unprecedented visualizations have allowed scientists to dig deeper into the details of major earthquakes.
Deaths resulting from infections with drug-resistant “superbugs” appear to be falling in the U.S., though infections continue to rise, according to the CDC.
The most damaging hurricanes, by area of total devastation, are increasing the most, according to a study of 247 hurricanes that hit the U.S. since 1900.
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Sierra Nevada forests are vital for California’s water supply and wildlife, but are under siege from drought, beetles and climate change. Can scientists use drought-surviving trees to build more resilient forests?
Transportation is responsible for 29% of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions. Drones delivering packages could help reduce that — depending on how and where they’re deployed.
It’s been a little over a year since the Woolsey fire began its assault on the Santa Monica Mountains, so survivors of that devastation can talk pretty calmly about what they and their neighbors experienced.
California has joined other states in filing a second lawsuit against the administration for revoking the authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from automobiles.
Gifting vintage and other resold goods is increasingly seen as a savvy way to save money, discover hard-to-find items and reduce our carbon footprint.
Sen. Kamala Harris introduced a bill that would set aside $1 billion each year to pay for better infrastructure, land-use and evacuation route planning in wildfire zones.
A growing army of hot rodders is cannibalizing crashed electric cars and turning them into custom vehicles with electric power trains.
The first attempt in the U.S. to use CRISPR against cancer seems safe in three patients who have had it so far, but it’s too soon to know whether it will help.
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