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Water quality concerns in Downriver communities prompted the Great Lakes Water Authority to test the taps there and at least one Wayne County municipality to conduct its own review, officials said Monday.
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Scientists must fight back with the truth about the debunked link between vaccines and autism.
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A new National Academy of Sciences' risk assessment could accelerate public health protection from pesticides.
Environmental opposition mounts against EPA boss nominee; clean air, water protections at risk, scientists say.
Environmentalists, scientists and U.S. Senate Democrats are mustering opposition in preparation for Wednesday's scheduled confirmation hearings for U.S. EPA administrator nominee Scott Pruitt.
The Environmental Protection Agency’s office that oversees the safety of chemicals in industrial and household products has been exceptionally busy in the final days of the Obama Administration.
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City officials lifted the temporary ban on operating diesel vehicles on municipal roads at 6pm on Tuesday.
2017 began with bang for Friends of the Earth, writes Tony Juniper, with a hostile media blitz orchestrated by the fracking industry and abetted by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA). But the storm, over alleged errors in an FoE leaflet about the hazards of fracking, reveals nothing so clearly as the disgraceful conflict of interest at the top of the ASA itself.
During periods of greater Atlantic hurricane activity, a protective barrier of vertical wind shear and cooler ocean temperatures forms along the U.S. East Coast, weakening storms as they approach land, according to a new study by NCEI scientist, Jim Kossin. In his paper, “Hurricane Intensification along United States Coast Suppressed during Active Hurricane Periods (link is external),” published in Nature, Kossin identifies this “buffer zone” and describes its relationship with both active and inactive periods of Atlantic hurricane activity.
Survival food calorie scams exposed by the Health Ranger: Are you buying genetically modified "filler" calories labeled as a "One Year Supply" of total junk?
(NaturalNews) Today I’m issuing a consumer warning over deceptive survival food marketing and formulation practices witnessed across the preparedness food industry. I want you to be informed and critical so that you can read the ingredients labels and do the math on calorie counts to know what you’re really getting. It turns out that many...
(NaturalNews) It’s hard to get one over on Natural News founder/editor Mike Adams, the Health Ranger. When it comes to alternative health and science, he knows his stuff. Which means he also knows how to spot posers, fraudsters and liars, wasting no amount of effort exposing them to our readers and the world. Just a...