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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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Every morning before Scott Kyle, a 53-year-old competitive sailor from San Clemente, Calif., hits the water, he chugs an orange-flavored beverage named UVO, a drinkable sunscreen intended to fight off sunburn from the inside out.
A woman was killed in her home and four other people were injured when a truck carrying Takata airbag parts and explosives crashed and detonated on a Texas road last week, the company and local authorities confirmed on Monday.
Increasingly polluted rivers in Africa, Asia and Latin America pose a disease risk to more than 300 million people and threaten fisheries and farming in many countries, a UN report warned Tuesday.
Officially named the Land-Side Impermeable Wall, the project sounds like a fanciful idea from science fiction. But it is about to become a reality in an ambitious, and controversial, bid to halt an unrelenting flood of groundwater into the the damaged reactor buildings.
A former employee of a Sydney excavation company claims the company is putting lives at risks by recycling demolition waste containing asbestos.
Authorities hellbent on recycling construction waste are laying the foundations for future waves of asbestos victims, claim industry insiders.
Testing for possible historical contamination from firefighting foams at both HMAS Albatross and HMAS Creswell (Jervis Bay Airfield) continues.
Within a decade, Texas will lead the nation in sicknesses linked to ozone-forming pollutants from oil and gas activity, according to a new analysis from a pair of environmental groups released Wednesday.
Joan Rose, a microbiologist who has won the world’s most prestigious water prize, is both depressed and optimistic at progress to make water fit to drink.
A team from Brown University, calculated that, for every point the amount of lead in a child’s blood increased, there was a 1-point decline in reading scores, and a 3% increase in the probability of being “substantially below proficient” in reading.
"How dare you ... let our kids play in lead and arsenic soil," says mom to Indiana officials.
The warning comes as data shows that counties record at least a new case of drug-resistant tuberculosis every month and children dying of bacteremic illnesses.
Environmental health groups analyzing government air quality data have concluded ozone smog from domestic oil and gas production is causing hundreds of thousands of asthma attacks in children under 18.
Florida health officials on Tuesday said they were investigating three new Zika virus cases likely stemming from local mosquito bites in Miami-Dade County, including two cases outside of the known areas of active transmission.
A strain of E. coli resistant to two last-resort antibiotics has for the first time been reported in the United States.
A punishing summer of heat, drought, and wildfires create air-pollution problems in Southern California, leading to a surge in hospital visits.
Carbon dioxide emissions from natural gas-fired power plants will be 10 percent greater than emissions from coal-fired plants in 2016.
Two anti-fracking measures failed to make the November ballot, but Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper said the effort sent a clear message.
With increasing evidence that certain chemicals in personal care products are linked to a variety of health concerns, there is an urgent need to update the 80-year-old federal rules aimed at ensuring their safety.
Another cloud of preventable misery is gathering in our land and beyond our shores with the ongoing push to fossil fuels, and governments are responsible.