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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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Producers of handmade personal care products often claim their goods are safer, and more natural, than the big brands. But do they deliver?
Legal and practical hurdles keep most people from collecting damages, experts say.
Ohio environmental officials gave a northeast Ohio village another violation for failure to submit two weekly water reports and not communicating test results to homeowners after elevated levels of lead were found in some of the drinking water in January.
A village-produced timeline that describes months of outreach to elected officials has been disputed by several state and federal lawmakers.
The biggest problem at the crippled Japanese nuclear plant is what to do with all of the radioactive debris.
Disagreements between the Department of Agriculture and the Environmental Protection Agency are prompting legislators and industry leaders to question EPA pesticide use decisions as the two agencies clash publicly over the risks and benefits of agricultural chemicals.
The lead contamination of the water supply in Flint, Mich., is not an isolated case. Dangerously high levels of lead have also been found in water supplies of other cities and towns.
A petition is gathering signatures to call for the resignation of two village officials over their handling of the water contamination in Hoosick Falls.
The White House budget director signaled today that the administration would support providing federal funds for Flint, Mich., in an emergency supplemental appropriations measure.
The trend is good economic news for Iowa, the top pork-producing state in the US.
William Tis and his fellow executives join the parade of business leaders avoiding the full measure of punishment — or in some cases, any punishment — for their misdeeds.
Our legislature has an obligation to protect public health, and coal ash waste will continue to pose a serious threat unless there is a proper plan in place. We cannot wait to react to another costly and detrimental spill.
Is it dangerous to talk about ‘editing nature’, or should we consider eradicating them for good?
New study says waste injection well may have triggered a series of 2005 quakes in the state’s drilling hotspot and calls for more research.
More than one in nine children in England have not set foot in a park, forest, beach or any other natural environment for at least 12 months, according to a two-year study funded by the government.
Dr. Maya Shetreat-Klein has a message for the parents of small children: Don’t be afraid of dirt.
Few migrant farmworkers have the time or money to seek out legal support. That’s where a mobile attorney like Melanie Gleason can help.
House lawmakers voted 416-2 on Wednesday to pass a Flint-related bill that would clarify when the EPA should notify the public when concentrations of lead or other contaminants in drinking water exceed safe levels.
Entergy Corp said on Wednesday it found elevated levels of tritium, a weak radioactive isotope of hydrogen, in groundwater samples at the Indian Point nuclear power plant in New York state.
David Cameron is being urged to intervene to ensure the Ministry of Defence gives 60 veterans with terminal cancer from asbestos exposure the same compensation rights as civilians and other ex-soldiers.