Dallas researcher Dr. Robert Haley has taken on Gulf War illness, coal pollution and climate change.
Massachusetts is one state that has seen sizable reductions in chemical use and disposal as a result of a 1989 law that strongly encourages companies to cut back on toxic substances.
The plight of Katy Everitt reflects the struggles of many Kansans who aren’t eligible for Medicaid coverage. GOP opposition has left Kansas among 12 states without broadened eligibility for the program.
Last week was Workers Memorial Week, and workers and their supporters around the country marked the occasion by remembering those killed on the job and by occupational illnesses.
After years, the EPA releases a draft assessment of the risk of formaldehyde, a carcinogen found in many products. The Trump administration had stymied release under industry pressure.
Enrollment in Medicaid programs has reached an all-time high, but millions of low-income people are likely to lose coverage unless states conduct aggressive outreach.
A collaboration between Public Health Watch, Columbia Journalism Investigations, NPR and public radio stations in Texas and California has won a prestigious award from Investigative Reporters and Editors.
After the state’s strictest-in-the-nation abortion ban went into effect last year, the president promised a ‘whole-of-government’ response that experts say has not materialized.
The COVID-19 health emergency could end soon, and tens of thousands of new mothers could lose their health-care coverage unless legislators in Mississippi and Alabama take action.
More than half of 45,000 workers surveyed reported at least one symptom of post-traumatic stress. Nearly one-third were considering leaving.