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Environmental Health News
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Two international medical societies released separate reports this week highlighting the threats to human health from endocrine disrupting chemical, the Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics (FIGO) and The Endocrine Society (TES) [Google Translate].
Malles, in South Tyrol, Italy, is considered the first pesticide-free community in Europe. The village fights against monoculture and bans on their own poison plants - against powerful interests [Google Translate].
Five years ago, Mayor Michael A. Nutter proposed a tax on soda in Philadelphia, and the industry rose up to beat it back. Soda lobbyists made campaign contributions to local politicians and staged rallies, with help from allies like the Teamsters union and local bottling companies. To burnish its image, the industry donated $10 million to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
New Hampshire's highest court upheld a record $236 million judgment Friday against Exxon Mobil for its use of a gasoline additive that contaminated groundwater in the state.
Hurricane Joaquin is the Atlantic hurricane season’s 3rd hurricane and 10th named storm of the year. At the time of writing, Joaquin is a Major Hurricane (category 4 on the Saffir-Simpson Scale). Initially, there appeared to be a real threat that parts of the U.S. would see a landfall of the storm. This brings a host of speculation, innuendo, and “social media-rologist” opinions about the storm.
Investors are looking to Monsanto Co. this coming week to explain its plan for growth after the failure of its ambitious bid for rival Syngenta AG and amid a continued slump in the farm economy.
Fracking may be banned in Nova Scotia, but healthy discussions continue about someday moving forward with the controversial practice in this province.
Since 2009, Volkswagen has deliberately evaded federal emissions requirements in nearly a half million diesel cars in the U.S. and 11 milion around the world but installing a “defeat device.” Diesel emissions are dirty to begin with, and with the device each car has released 10 to 20 tons of extra pollutants per year containing nitrogen oxides which are harmful to human health.
In May 2014, the World Health Organisation (WHO) named New Delhi as the most polluted city in the world, closely followed by other Indian cities, namely Patna, Gwalior and Raipur. In all, 13 out of the 20 most polluted cities in the world, according to the report, are in India.
On Monday, the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine will go to a few scientists for work that untangles the intricacies of the human body and may advance treatments for cancer, heart disease or other major illnesses. The prize comes with a sizable check and virtually ensures that the winners’ research will be well funded for the rest of their careers.
You wouldn’t realize it listening to the current crop of White House hopefuls, but some of the greatest conservationists ever to take the oath of office were Republicans.
In a monumental admission of automotive fraud, Volkswagen’s Chief Executive Martin Winterkorn resigned on Sept. 30 amid revelations that millions of VWs were built to cheat on clean air tests.
You may not have heard of triclosan, but washing your hands with Dial anti-bacterial soap or brushing your teeth with Colgate Total is likely polluting Lake Erie and Lake Ontario with the chemical.
A cascade of process errors and inadequate safeguards led to the deaths of four workers at a DuPont insecticide plant in La Porte, Texas, says an interim accident report by the Chemical Safety & Hazard Investigation Board.
Buffeted by increasing calls to expand General Electric's dredging of PCBs from the Hudson River, a high-ranking Environmental Protection Agency official said the agency lacks adequate legal grounds to force GE.
In the absence of a blood meal, some malaria-transmitting mosquitoes in East Africa feed on an invasive weed that is poisonous to humans and livestock. Scientists speculate that pesticide resistance may be leading mosquitoes to evolve resistance to plant toxins as well.
We carry our cell phones just about everywhere we go, but when we don’t have a place to put it, some women keep theirs in their bras.
The U.S. government wants an entire neighborhood to take health precautions after discovering lead and arsenic contamination in an area recommended for the federal Superfund cleanup list.
The type of oil sands that helped fuel the Keystone XL controversy have come to the U.S.
A new type of polymer fuel additive could reduce the chances of an airplane erupting into a deadly fireball after a crash. The additive is composed of telechelic polymers—polymer chains that reversibly link together through their end groups.