It was long believed that you could acquire "better living through chemistry." But that may really not be the case. In a landmark alliance, known as Project TENDR, leaders of various disciplines have come together in a consensus statement to say that many of the chemicals found in everyday products can result in neurodevelopmental disorders, including autism and attention-deficit disorders.
Matthew Pennington, Associated Press | Posted Jul 1st - 8:19pm
The taking of hostages by gunmen in Dhaka's diplomatic quarter is the latest in a string of attacks that have sparked international alarm and prompted the United States and Bangladesh to promise more cooperation against violent extremism in the Muslim-majority nation.
The discovery of juvenile mussels at Deer Creek led to elaborate testing and preventative measures to assess the threat there. A checkpoint southeast of Heber is part of ongoing efforts to make sure water enthusiasts are taking the right precautions.
Supporters of the LGBT rights movement won the latest round against conservatives when a federal judge ruled that a Mississippi "religious objections" law is unconstitutional, just moments before it was to take effect Friday.
A car hit and killed a wolverine in northern Utah this week — the first time in four decades that a wolverine has been found and not just seen in the state, the Division of Wildlife Resources reported.
Recent studies show teenage girls dropping out of sports at a much higher rate than their male counterparts. Hoping to change those numbers, Always has come out with the latest installment in its viral #LikeAGirl campaign.
Seeing WWE superstar John Cena rush at you would have to be one of the most terrifying things ever. Well, some fans had that feeling, but their terror soon turned to excitement. John Cena seems like a cool dude.
Conditions in camps for members of Myanmar's Muslim Rohingya minority, forced from their homes four years ago by communal violence, remain poor with overcrowding, the deterioration of temporary housing, and a lack of proper sanitation facilities, the U.N.'s special human rights envoy to the country said Friday.
Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI is offering a first-ever papal assessment of his own pontificate in a book that recounts his decision to resign, his surprise at his successor and his attempts to dismantle what he calls the Vatican's "gay lobby."