This shouldn’t come as a surprise.
Studies showing that chemicals are dangerous get attention, while studies showing they’re safe are ignored.
Fields of exploding watermelons in China prompt questions about famers’ use, and misuse, of chemicals
In an effort to see how regulations are born, I went deep underground, literally.
Ten things that you shouldn’t be afraid of.
The new Congress needs to roll back the growth in the size and power of the federal bureaucracy.
The best way to protect our children is to focus on actual risks, like drunk driving.
Environmentalists are always supporting collectivist solutions to environmental problems. They should be supporting free-market ones instead.
Why are environmentalists suddenly opposed to the eco-friendly regulations they once championed?
Opened eight years ago, the club is thought to be the only completely organic golf course in the United States
'Smart pills' - Baltimore Sun
After a recent discovery, University of Maryland scientists may soon be able to develop a drug that could aid learning in healthy people
Chemistry student cooked meth in his home lab - Orlando Sentinel
Perhaps inspired by ‘Breaking Bad’, a University of Central Florida student housed a cache of explosive chemicals and a drug den in his residence
Weeks after receiving a standing ovation by Democrats in Congress for criticizing the Arizona immigration law, Felipe Calderon blames Mexico’s crime on the U.S.
Dangerous levels of E. coli found in waterways - Detroit FREEP
More than 3.5 billion gallons of raw and partially treated sewage and industrial waste were dumped into metro Detroit lakes, rivers and streams because of heavy rains during the past month
Brotherly love among soldiers is scientifically proven - The Telegraph
Researches have found that soldiers have the same chemicals in their blood as protective mothers
Gulf oil spill workers report health problems - USA Today
With the giant oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico now in its sixth week, reports of clean-up workers falling ill are on the rise
The Environmental Protection Agency plans to regulate five commonly used chemicals and says more will be added to the list regularly. Chemicals are under increasing scrutiny and the trend is toward more precautionary regulations. But what’s driving all this? Science? Or political hype? I say the latter
Robbers use sleeping gas on victims - Telegraph
Using a mixture of chemicals that puts residents to sleep within minutes, robbers easily entered a house in Ghazipur, East Delhi, and walked away with cash and jewelry
First synthetic living cell developed in California
Yes, I know the thought of America’s leading conservative columnist indulging on a regular basis in powerful, mind-altering substances is rather hard to believe. But once you consider the evidence I have no doubt you’ll agree that there is no other explanation for his bizarre behavior in his weekly appearances on ABC’s This Week.