Escalators are pretty hazardous too – the husband of a former boss of mine worked on escalators.
Peer review, especially peer review of chemical safety/risk assessments, is under assault.  Despite the fact that government agencies, industries, universities, NGOs and consulting groups recognize the added credibility that peer review bring
Given unintentional injuries are the #1 cause of death among people ages 1 to 44 with 97% to 99% of those caused by our own errors and mistakes (e.g.
Lately, we keep expanding our winter vocabularies. From last year’s bomb cyclone to today’s snow squall, the term polar vortex already seems to be old news.
A mother’s agony is raising awareness about an important topic that landed her young son in the hospital for an emergent remo
As a glass half full and “why limit your world view to a glass anyway” kind of person, I am always partial to common sense tips that allow us to enjoy holidays by keeping us safe while not preoccupying us with endless worry.
We all know the age-old philosophical classic, “If a tree falls in the woods and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?” Thanks to Snowmageddon currently preoccupying the Northeast, I can now definitively answer this question. YES!
Those in Hollywood are in a unique position to do tremendous good given their substantial platform. Unfortunately, with that megaphone comes immense responsibility.
Monday was my first day at the American Council on Science and Health (ACSH). In an effort to be a welcoming colleague, Dr. Josh Bloom, Senior Director of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, called me on the phone.
Donny Everett, photo credit: Vanderbilt University