Firefighters who responded to the 9/11 terrorist attacks, selflessly exposing themselves to the toxic dust that clouded Ground Zero, were 19 percent m...
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The NYT has exacerbated the harm of its denial about the Iraqi death toll by using its own failure to accurately report the death toll in Iraq as a benchmark for comparison to other human tragedies.
Richard Horton's response to the retracted Wakefield study is in stark contrast to comments he made earlier in an interview with me for The Observer newspaper in 2006.
The best way to prevent HIV and other STIs -- whether you're circumcised, uncircumcised, gay, straight, male or female -- is through education and condom use.
LONDON — In the last two decades, the world has spent more than $196 billion trying to save people from death and disease in poor countries.
Climate change has been called "the biggest global health threat of the 21st century." The clean energy bill that is moving through the House right now is just what the doctor ordered.
Not only should Congress require the Pentagon to ask these questions, but Congress should require the Pentagon to use the data so gathered to create estimates of Iraqi deaths since 2003.
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