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About two months after the state's environmental agency ordered a major pet products retailer to immediately cease selling unregistered pesticide products, many of those products remain on the retailer's shelves and website.
Considered one of the most widely abused and addictive recreational drugs, researchers may be one step closer to knocking down the destructive pull of methamphetamine.
The state's Environmental Protection Agency finalized a revision of a controversial K-12 environmental curriculum on plastic bags Friday.
Women might use emoticons more than men, but men have a broader emoticon vocabulary.
It's not just researchers who have noticed that people enjoy a nice glass of dark, red wine with their steaks.
A large earthquake in one part of the globe can trigger earthquakes elsewhere, according to new research by scientists from the U.S. Geological Survey and UC Berkeley.
Super-hot summers, explosive storms and melting ice caps are the usual images that spring up when discussing climate change.
Sifting through thousands of proteins, researchers have identified an antibody that not only prevents the influenza virus from taking hold of its victims' cells, but also cures already infected animals.
Smoking pot as a teenager can double a man's risk of getting testicular cancer.
Throughout the animal kingdom, symmetry is considered beautiful.