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What’s happening at Fukushima plant 12 years after meltdown?

OKUMA, Japan ((DailyNews)) — Twelve years after the triple reactor meltdowns at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, Japan is preparing to release a...

Latest Ohio derailment poses no public risk, officials say

SPRINGFIELD, Ohio ((DailyNews)) — Authorities in Ohio say there is no indication of any risk to public health from the derailment of a Norfolk...

Can the dogs of Chernobyl teach us new tricks on survival?

More than 35 years after the world’s worst nuclear accident, the dogs of Chernobyl roam among decaying, abandoned buildings in and around the closed...

President Biden to end COVID-19 emergencies on May 11

WASHINGTON ((DailyNews)) — President Joe Biden informed Congress on Monday that he will end the twin national emergencies for addressing COVID-19 on May 11,...

EPA moves to toughen standards for deadly soot pollution

WASHINGTON ((DailyNews)) — The Biden administration is proposing tougher standards for a deadly air pollutant, saying that reducing soot from tailpipes, smokestacks and wildfires...

Twitter ends enforcement of COVID misinformation policy

Twitter will no longer enforce its policy against COVID-19 misinformation, raising concerns among public health experts and social media researchers that the change could...

Alcohol death toll is growing, US government reports say

NEW YORK ((DailyNews)) — The rate of deaths that can be directly attributed to alcohol rose nearly 30% in the U.S. during the first...

Alcohol death toll is growing, US government reports say

NEW YORK ((DailyNews)) — The rate of deaths that can be directly attributed to alcohol rose nearly 30% in the U.S. during the first...

US agency softens opioid prescribing guidelines for doctors

NEW YORK ((DailyNews)) — The nation’s top public health agency on Thursday softened its guidelines for U.S. doctors prescribing oxycodone and other opioid painkillers.The...

Doctors say ‘fossil fuel addiction’ kills, starves millions

Extreme weather from climate change triggered hunger in nearly 100 million people and increased heat deaths by 68% in vulnerable populations worldwide as the...

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