It is time for states to change their laws so that fringe religious objections do not get in the way of protecting the safety of children and people with compromised immune systems.
Health Archives - Page 2 of 25 - State of the Planet
Equipped with a field testing kit originally developed within Columbia’s Earth Institute, the “Lead-Free Kids Peru” project has tested hundreds of soil samples for the toxic metal — and dug up some startling results in the process.
Data Visualization: World Happiness Trends
Could the number of women in a nation’s government have an impact on its happiness? Can air quality effect the mood of a population? Do trains make people happier? Explore World Happiness Report data and trends that might also contribute to a country’s overall well-being.
A new report documents the social, environmental, economic, and health impacts of gold mining in Porgera, Papua New Guinea.
A Columbia team is pioneering a machine learning-based imaging and sorting solution that would help to drastically reduce Africa’s tsetse population.
Research assistant Rachel Alter became a “pro-vaccine troll” so you don’t have to.
A report integrates the environmental, health, and social impacts of agriculture into one framework to help us make informed decisions about food.
A new study shows that fecal bacteria from sewage can persist in far greater quantities in near-shore sediments than in the water of the Hudson River.
But there’s a pretty simple solution that could protect a lot of people.
A panel discussion and book launch event outline how better communication can help to bridge the research divide between climate and health.