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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
Updated: 9 min 16 sec ago
The EPA says it plans to ban the common insecticide chlorpyrifos but may change its mind based on discussions with manufacturers.
Although food packaging serves important safety functions, these painstakingly engineered containers can also leach chemicals and other contaminants into the food and drink they protect.
Over 30, mainly US and Italian, experts have drawn up a consensus statement on environmental chemicals which disrupt metabolism, and are associated with “epidemics” of obesity and metabolic syndrome.
Some activists see a battle looming for the control of our nation’s food production, pitting multigenerational farmers with a long-term vision of sustainability against the short-term needs of large, conventional investment funds.
Oil and natural gas fracking, on average, uses more than 28 times the water it did 15 years ago, gulping up to 9.6 million gallons of water per well and putting farming and drinking sources at risk in arid states, especially during drought.
Mainstream and conservative media and politicians have wrongly blamed the tiny delta smelt for causing water cutbacks for agriculture during the drought. Why?
Environmentalists Tuesday called on Gov. Jerry Brown to halt plans for months of hydraulic fracturing in the waters off Southern California, warning that it could lead to chemical pollution or an oil spill.
The last installment of the Reimagining Infrastructure series looks at projects that are not yet real, but represent ambitious thinking about the built environment of the future.
Cases of yellow fever, chikungunya and dengue fever might rise as the ideal conditions for the mosquitoes that can carry the viruses become more widespread.
Lots of chemicals are considered safe in low doses. But what happens when you ingest a little bit of a lot of different chemicals over time?
A new study shows that ground rubber found in sports fields and playgrounds often contains cancer-causing chemicals.
A federal judge ruled Tuesday that a Maui County ban on the cultivation of genetically engineered crops is pre-empted by federal and state law and invalid.
Protecting the environment is a long-term benefit to the state, keeping it green and attractive and protecting residents from the devastating health effects of pollution.
Women exposed to widely used chemicals while pregnant are more likely to have altered gene function in their placentas, according to a new study.
Yvette Flores unknowingly worked around lead and other harmful substances while she was pregnant; a severely disabled son was the result.
The thousands of Fourth of July firework celebrations across the nation bring a toxic brew of air pollution to our atmosphere, according to a recent study from federal scientists.
A lead-free movement that started with saving endangered condors in California by banning the use of lead ammunition where the big prehistoric-looking birds flew now will impact hunters throughout the state and cause more erosion to the state’s number of hunters.
New York City is joining a growing group of cities in banning Expandable Polystyrene Foam. Adam Harris explains what makes this material so worrisome to environmentalists—and appealing to businesses.
An increasing number of young girls in Seoul are putting on makeup these days. The problem is many of these young girls buy low quality makeup items with no safety guarantee from stationery stores near schools.
A two-story concrete building on the edge of downtown St. Louis is bearing its heaviest load 88 years after construction. It's an effort to bring creative farming into the middle of a city.