It sounds so innocent when you call it the “stomach flu,” but a norovirus infection is anything but. The highly contagious virus spreads through schools, cruise ships, hospitals, shopping malls and any other crowded space. It’s responsible for most stomach…
Red meat recommendations and meat from plants: Chan School Nutrition Department head Frank Hu talks about recent developments in diet.
(NOAA Northeast Fisheries Science Center) Researchers use long-term survey data sets and climate models to help fishing communities plan for a warmer ocean. US and Canadian researchers have developed a tool that incorporates projected changes in ocean climate onto a geographic fishery management area. Now fishermen, resource managers, and policy-makers can use it to plan for the future sustainability of the lobster fishery in Nova Scotia and Canadian waters of the Gulf of Maine.
A new study highlights the importance of eating a diet rich in lean and fatty fish during the first months of pregnancy.
IPCC Report Projects “Unprecedented” Changes in Ocean, Cryosphere Due to Global Warming | News – IISD Reporting Services
25 September 2019: The 51st session of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC 51) adopted the Summary for Policymakers (SPM) of the Special Report on the Ocean and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate (SROCC), and accepted the underlying report….
Repeated disasters and environmental changes on Louisiana’s Gulf Coast are rapidly eroding the land, and along with it, an Indigenous tribe’s ability to sustain its culture, health and livelihoods, new research suggests.
Populations suffering from malnutrition have the nutrition they need right at their doorstep — in the form of fish. However, a complex picture of illegal fishing and trade in seafood gets in the way.
Want climate news in your inbox? Sign up here for Climate Fwd:, our email newsletter. WASHINGTON — Climate change is heating the oceans and altering their chemistry so dramatically that it is threatening seafood supplies, fueling cyclones and floods and…
(Oregon State University) Ocean-based actions have greater potential to fill in gaps in climate change mitigation than previously appreciated, scientists explain in a paper published today in Science.