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Links to articles in today's press about environmental health. Many more links available today at www.EnvironmentalHealthNews.org
Updated: 28 min 13 sec ago
Four hundred and fifty billion dollars. That’s the amount of money Chinese officials recently announced they would invest to improve the country’s farms over the next four years.
FDA tests confirm oatmeal, baby foods contain residues of monsanto weed killer., FDA tests confirm oatmeal, baby foods contain residues of Monsanto weed killer.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration, which is quietly starting to test certain foods for residues of a weed killing chemical linked to cancer, has found the residues in a variety of oat products, including plain and flavored oat cereals for babies.
These women in science are all about ecosystems and environments.
Upstarts and established drugmakers are testing alternatives to egg-based vaccines in the $5 billion seasonal flu market.
Watch the average BMI increase in every single state since 1985.
Zika virus can infiltrate the cells that give rise to bone, cartilage and muscles in the head, researchers report in Cell Host & Microbe.
The risk posed by the Zika virus to developing fetuses is likely far greater than current estimates suggest, a top U.S. health official said on Thursday.
Thailand reported on Friday the first confirmed cases in Southeast Asia of microcephaly linked to mosquito-borne Zika, as the World Health Organization urged action against the virus across the region.
For those who want a glimpse into the task the world’s largest democracy faces as it tries to make its urban areas livable for the 21st century, it would be hard to find a better example than Varanasi.
Jordan Downs residents fear wider impact of planned demolition in former industrial site as tests conducted in area’s schools also found high levels of lead.
Parents are urgently calling for tougher action on Hong Kong’s air pollution problem in schools as pollution levels caused alarm this week.
The Indigenous community of Baryulgil is facing a new wave of asbestos-related illness after the first mesothelioma diagnosis of a miner's child.
A Malaysian Ph.D. student at the University of Melbourne, has found a way to kill bacteria with small star-shaped protein molecules that she builds in her lab.
China unveiled a new “action plan” for protecting human rights on Sept. 29, but like much of Beijing’s edicts, it is being criticized as a blatant piece of propaganda.
Laws and regulations to assure public safety don’t work when the operators don’t follow the rules or any other basic safe operating procedures.
We should get the peace of mind to know that something is safe -- not because some expert from a company says so, but because we can check the fact for ourselves.
Uneven access to water makes household farming questionable for delivering food security in the African context.
Newly proposed EU rules on acrylamide found in everything from chips to coffee have sparked a battle between health campaigners and lobbyists representing companies such as McDonald’s and Burger King.
Europe's food safety watchdog will release data from some of the scientific studies it reviewed in its assessment of glyphosate, an ingredient in Monsanto's widely used herbicide Roundup and subject of a fierce row over possible cancer risk.
In mid-October the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) plans to spend four days holding public meetings with a scientific advisory panel on the topic of whether or not glyphosate can cause cancer.