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Don’t let ‘FDA-approved’ or ‘patented’ in ads give you a false...

Michael Mattioli, Indiana University If you’ve ever reached for a bottle of moisturizer labeled “patented” or “FDA approved,” you...

Heart attacks, cancer, dementia, premature deaths: 4 essential reads on the...

Jennifer Weeks, The Conversation The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has announced a new standard for protecting the public from...

The Supreme Court just shriveled federal protection for wetlands, leaving many...

Albert C. Lin, University of California, Davis The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in Sackett v. EPA that federal...

Body lotions, mothballs, cleaning fluids and other widely used products contain...

Robin Dodson, Boston University; Megan R. Schwarzman, University of California, Berkeley, and Ruthann Rudel, Northeastern University The Research Brief...

JetBlue merger with Spirit not cleared for takeoff – why Justice...

Joe Mazur, Purdue University The U.S. Department of Justice has intervened to block a proposed deal that would see...

Regulating ‘forever chemicals’: 3 essential reads on PFAS

Jennifer Weeks, The Conversation The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is preparing to release a draft regulation limiting two fluorinated...

Lobsters versus right whales: The latest chapter in a long quest...

Blake Earle, Texas A&M University Maine lobster fishermen received a Christmas gift from Congress at the end of 2022:...

Railroad unions and their employers at an impasse: Freight-halting strikes are...

Erik Loomis, University of Rhode Island The prospect of a potentially devastating rail workers strike is looming again.

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