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Air quality affects health in many ways. New research explores the connection between air pollution, cognitive function, and dementia.
Spring is in the air! Grasses are growing and flowers are blooming, and whether you’re new to the gardening game or your thumb has long been green, you’re
Today, many plants and trees are blooming earlier than they did over the past century due to milder winters and earlier spring thaws.
Discover the resilience of public lands in the face of climate change. Capt. Sara Newman, NPS director of the Office of Public Health and NEEF Ex-Officio Board
It's hurricane season. If you haven't yet prepared yourself and your family for the impacts of one of these natural hazards, there's no time like the present.
Did you know? Reindeer were first brought to western Alaska in 1892 to provide Native Alaskans with a reliable source of food and financial stability. It is
Food waste is the largest component of US landfills at 24%—more than plastic, metal, and glass. When food ends up in landfills, it contributes to the third
Heading to the beach this summer? By riding the global ocean conveyor belt, that seawater that you're splashing in may have traveled the planet—and the seven
Learn how fall foliage tourism across the country is a highly profitable industry and is affected by extreme weather events in many ways.
As we dig into the dog days of summer, take a minute for a quick refresher on some of the environmental hazards that can face your canine (or feline!) companion