August 16, 2017 is a historic day. The Minamata Convention on Mercury, a global treaty that will phase out mercury-based medical devices by 2020, enters into force.
Restricted over a decade ago in the United States, persistent and health-harming flame retardants are still being passed through blood from mothers to their babies.
In his latest Huffington Post article, Gary Cohen reflects on the Administration's efforts to deny our right to a healthy environment.
Hundreds of families in Albuquerque receive fresh veggies through a unique partnership between a farmers cooperative and a health system.
For over 20 years, Health Care Without Harm has worked closely with the Environmental Protection Agency to protect human and environmental health. Health Care Without Harm was founded after an EPA report identified medical waste incineration as...