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Environmental Health News
Links to articles in today's press about environmental health. Many more links available today at www.EnvironmentalHealthNews.org
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An experiment heading up next week to the space station could help landlubbers down here on Earth conserve water by doing a better job of filtering out chemicals, salts or other contaminants.
Questions abound about the possible effects of those tiny antibiotic particles that are showing up all over.
The reproducibility crisis in science just got a little more intense.
Broccoli may seem out of step with Monsanto’s corn- and soy-heavy business, but it’s right in line with shifting consumer preferences for healthier, less processed foods.
In 25 states, lice are becoming genetically resistant to traditional forms of treatment.
Maryland lawmakers vowed to clamp down on companies that "buy" lawsuit settlements after learning that hundreds of lead-poisoning victims in Baltimore had cashed in long-term financial support in return for quick cash.
Possibly aided by June's record wet weather, invasive zebra mussels have found their way down the Chesapeake Bay as far as Middle River, not far from Baltimore.
The Army Corps of Engineers must pay the full $3 billion cost of restoring wetlands destroyed by the agency's improper construction and maintenance of the Mississippi River-Gulf Outlet, a federal judge in New Orleans ruled Thursday.
They're lower in sodium, more likely to include whole grains and have more fruit and vegetable offerings than in years past, a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention survey finds.
People terribly damaged in childhood by lead paint poisoning are being robbed of the compensation that is supposed to sustain them.
New Orleanians describe the hard journey back home ten years after their beloved city was destroyed by floodwaters when the levees broke.
The go-to dealmaker in the market for tobacco bonds is gone from her post – a surprise departure that raises questions about the future direction of a once-burgeoning corner of Wall Street.
The Food and Drug Administration flexed its new muscles against the tobacco industry Thursday, scolding makers of three brands of cigarettes for labels saying they are "natural" or "additive-free".
Substantially more schools are offering two or more fruits and two or more vegetables than in 2000, according to federal data.
A new filtering device, invented by a U.S. teenager, could provide a cheap and easy way to purify water.
Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) have contaminated two of the city’s canals leading to Lake St. Clair since 2001, keeping residents from swimming or fishing and raising fears about the loss of home value.
While Mayor Rahm Emanuel is fond of calling the river Chicago's "next recreational frontier," the partially treated wastewater that pours constantly into its channels poses stomach-churning health risks to people who come in contact with the murky flow.
It's going to take the reinvention of 10,000 farms to improve water quality and repair the Great Barrier Reef.
A party promoting a vegan lifestyle to save animals and the planet is fielding its first candidate in B.C.
The case could have far-reaching implications for those with property along the tracks. Rail activities, including weed abatement, could come under greater scrutiny depending on the outcome of the investigation.