WHO: Pollution is killing millions of children each year
One in four child deaths are caused by smog, unsafe water and other environmental hazards.
Measles has been eliminated in the Americas, according to WHO
It has stopped appearing on both continents, but foreign visitors continue to bring it back in.
Inhabitat's Week in Green: Solar Impulse's trans-Pacific flight, and more!
In other news, Apple donated some of its Earth Day proceeds to conservation efforts.
Zika virus declared an international health emergency
Medical science now has a big challenge on its hands.
Cellphones are dangerous / not dangerous: little tykes under the spotlight
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Cellphones are dangerous / not dangerous: Danish chatterbox edition
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Research doubts link between cell phones, cancer
Back in May, the World Health Organization (WHO) issued the controversial results of a study th...
Cellphones are dangerous / not dangerous: cancer experts say 'What, me worry?'
If you haven't already gotten whiplash from the ongoing cellphone-cancer debate, a freshly released...
Cellphones are dangerous / not dangerous: the WHO changes its mind
To say that experts generally don't agree about whether cellphone radiation can fry your brain is an...