Public health leaders must take an ecological view of health to stave off future pandemics and sustain a healthy world, says physician Hope Ferdowsian.
A growing body of evidence shows gas stoves may pose health risks, especially in housing with poor ventilation, and contribute to climate change.
A former wildland firefighter shares how he's gone from fighting fire to building parks and planting trees in Los Angeles.
Living in Milwaukee’s Metcalfe Park neighborhood is bad for your health. It’s nobody’s fault—and everyone’s.
Syracuse's lead problem isn't new. A legacy of redlining, poverty, and white flight has left Black families scrambling for safe housing. Most make do with houses that are not.
The tobacco industry made millions selling “healthy cigarettes” even when it knew smoking killed. Decades later, will the fossil fuel industry get away selling us “healthy” carbon using the tobacco industry’s playbook?
As temperatures rise so do heat-related illnesses. Cities and states are trying to find ways to cool off this emerging crisis.