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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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New research sheds light on the intersection between air quality, housing, and gentrification.
Michael Poole doesn’t buy the line that filtered tap water is safe for him and his neighbors to drink. “There may be a day when I might be able to trust” the water, he says. “But until then, I’m getting this right here.”
Chosen for their harsh conditions and remote location the Red Lake peatlands were used as bombing, gunnery and training ranges during the 1940s and 1950s. The bombing, however, was impossible to escape for the nearby Red Lake Nation.
It could take years to learn how long men infected with Zika are capable of sexually transmitting the virus, which can cause crippling birth defects and other serious neurological disorders.
The Zika virus can cause devastating brain defects in newborns with microcephaly, but also in babies with normal-sized heads and those born to women infected in the third trimester of pregnancy, Brazilian doctors say.
Vietnam said on Thursday a $10.6 billion steel plant run by a unit of Taiwan's Formosa Plastics caused an until-now mysterious environmental crisis by releasing toxic wastewater into the sea.
While the municipalities report the PFC levels in the remaining public wells are under the revised EPA threshold, residents are still uneasy about water quality and want answers.
The purchase of highly polluting diesel cars in the UK should be discouraged with a tax of up to £5,000 to help tackle the public health emergency of air pollution, according to a new report.
US flooring retailer Lumber Liquidators has reached a 'recall to test' agreement with the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). This follows concerns over formaldehyde emissions from the company's laminate flooring sourced from China.
Five residential properties at Beverley have registered alarming levels of potentially dangerous trichloroethene (TCE) vapour including one where the family has opted to relocate temporarily at government expense.
The Bennington Select Board received an early estimate of what the potential costs would be in expanding the municipal water system to areas affected by perfluorooctanoic acid, or PFOA.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the federal EPA are conducting routine groundwater testing this week in and near a nuclear waste dump that received chemical and radioactive material in the 1960s.
Funding for an adequate response to the virus is being held hostage by a debate over Planned Parenthood.
It took a deadly gas pipe explosion and the largest methane leak in U.S. history, but Sacramento has finally agreed to make major changes to the state Public Utilities Commission.
After a billion-gallon spill in Tennessee, the agency sought to regulate the often-toxic byproduct of burning coal. It largely failed.
Children born in developing countries this year will lose more than $177 billion in potential life-time earnings because of stunting and other delays in physical development, scientists said on Wednesday.
A report by the International Energy Agency estimates severe air pollution from the energy sector has shortened life expectancy in China by an average 25 months.
Georgia Power said it found arsenic and other toxic chemicals in a handful of test wells near coal ash ponds at three of its power plants near Newnan, Rome and Savannah.
Tropical disease specialists are most concerned about impoverished urban areas along the Gulf Coast, where the numbers of the mosquito that spreads Zika are expected to spike.
A study published in the journal Environmental Research on Wednesday not only reveals that consuming canned foods can expose our bodies to BPA, it pinpoints the worst offenders.