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Expert Panel Votes for Stricter Rules on Risky Virus Research

The White House will decide whether to adopt the panel’s recommendations on so-called gain of function experiments.

Read More 28 January 2023 | 10:43 am

Deaths Among Pregnant Women and New Mothers Rose Sharply During Pandemic

The fatalities, occurring disproportionately among Native American and Black women, were linked not just to medical complications but also to homicides and accidents.

Read More 28 January 2023 | 3:41 am

Why Experts Are Urging Swifter Treatment for Children With Obesity

Growing research has shown that intensive interventions are needed, scientists say. Here is why their advice is changing.

Read More 28 January 2023 | 3:40 am

New Blood Donation Rules to Loosen Restrictions on Gay and Bisexual Men

The F.D.A. proposed a more individualized policy based on questions about sexual behavior and risks.

Read More 28 January 2023 | 2:15 am

As the Colorado River Shrinks, Washington Prepares to Spread the Pain

The seven states that rely on the river for water are not expected to reach a deal on cuts. It appears the Biden administration will have to impose reductions.

Read More 28 January 2023 | 1:18 am

Covid Vaccines Targeting Omicron Should Be Standard, Panel Says

As advisers to the Food and Drug Administration endorsed ending one era of the Covid vaccination campaign, they also grappled with its future.

Read More 27 January 2023 | 9:15 pm

Polar Vortex Drives a Cold Snap in Asia

An exceptionally cold January has brought the region misery and snarled travel. Experts blame the same arctic system that hit the United States last month.

Read More 27 January 2023 | 7:32 pm

Newly Discovered Asteroid Passes Close to Earth

First detected just days ago, 2023 BU approached within 2,200 miles of our planet’s surface before moving on.

Read More 27 January 2023 | 7:22 am

FDA Seeks More Authority to Oversee CBD Products

The agency wants Congress to intervene, saying it does not have adequate oversight powers to ensure the safety of the myriad cannabidiol products derived from hemp.

Read More 27 January 2023 | 5:28 am

Biden Administration Bans Mining in Boundary Waters Wilderness

A 20-year moratorium on new mining activity for more than 225,000 acres of federal land in Minnesota could deal a fatal blow to a proposed Twin Metals copper-nickel mine.

Read More 27 January 2023 | 4:19 am

The Sierra Club Tries to Move Past John Muir, George Floyd and #MeToo

After a public reckoning and the departure of its executive director, the nation’s largest environmental organization has tapped Ben Jealous as its new leader.

Read More 27 January 2023 | 1:17 am

How Do Heavy Metals Like Lead Get in Baby Food?

The problem begins at the farm where plants draw toxins from the soil. There’s no washing them away.

Read More 27 January 2023 | 12:06 am

How Rare Island Bunnies Do a Parasitic Plant’s Bidding

The world’s only wild black-furred rabbit has a very important job — distributing seeds for a parasitic plant.

Read More 26 January 2023 | 11:00 pm

Ukraine’s Scientists Receive a Funding Lifeline From Abroad

The Simons Foundation in New York is providing annual grants to the country’s chemists, biologists, physicists and mathematicians.

Read More 26 January 2023 | 10:44 pm

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