A new report on the effects of Marcellus shale fracking found that communities in Pennsylvania suffered no negative health impacts and enjoyed a boost to the local economy.
When it comes to global warming, melting ice caps and scorching heat waves often top the list of big worries. But now, just the act of worrying itself is allegedly becoming a new consequence of dreaded climate change.
The chemical Bisphenol-A, or BPA, found in plastic has been blamed for a variety of health problems recently, but are these concerns justified? Dr. Patrick Michaels of the Cato Institute says no and here explains why.
Should the federal government dictate what appears on the menu at your favorite restaurant? Daren Bakst, a Research Fellow at the Heritage Foundation, says no, and here explains why.
New York City is creating a composting program that will eventually become mandatory. Jeff Stier of the National Center for Public Policy Research, takes issue with New York Mayor Bloomberg’s new initiative, and has this to say.
From finances to raising children, there are a lot of pressures on couples these days. But according to certain psychologists, another emerging problem could be differing views on environmental lifestyle.
When the nuclear power plant at Fukushima, Japan was damaged by a major earthquake, many expected long-term radiation problems. But scientists recently brought together by a UN scientific committee found Japan’s general public and the vast majority of workers at Fukushima are unlikely to suffer any future health effects linked to small radiation leaks.
How to solve the problem of world hunger? Well, that’s simple. Eat more insects! At least that’s what a new report from the UN is suggesting . . .
The EPA claims that ethanol, a fuel made from corn, has only a minimal impact on food prices. But Sam Kazman, general counsel for the Competitive Enterprise Institute, disagrees. . .
You’ve heard that being overweight can lead to diabetes and high blood pressure, but how about global warming? Probably not, but in a peculiar new study published in the Journal of Epidemiology some researchers actually proposed such a bizarre linkage.
Morano appeared on Canda's Sun TV to discuss why winter cold is killing many times more Britons than heat. He also addresses the stunning admission that a widely publicized study claiming unprecedented warming in the past 100 years was not "statistically robust"--another way of admitting that their conclusions are scientifically baseless.
Several state and local governments have recently banned or taxed plastic grocery bags, but are these reusable bags making us sick? Ph.D. economist Jonathan Klick, says yes.
When you hear of mice and men, you probably think of the John Steinbeck novel. But when scientists hear these words, they no doubt think of rodent studies used to examine human diseases.
Do fossil fuels like coal and oil harm your health? Well many environmentalists would have you believe so, but Marlo Lewis, Senior Fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, offers a different perspective...
The alleged danger of the chemical BPA in baby bottles was one of last year’s biggest scare stories. But Angela Logomasini of the Independent Women’s Forum says these fears are unjustified. . .