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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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Bushmeat, from wild animals captured for food, is a valuable source of protein in Ghana. But what health risks does it carry, and could it spread disease further afield?
If a specific set of circumstances align, an infectious disease that jumps from an animal to a human can spread rapidly and kill indiscriminately in our hyperconnected world.
New evidence from separate labs supports the controversial idea that an overlooked and unexpected Culex mosquito might spread Zika virus.
Infection with Zika virus in utero can trigger a spectrum of birth defects beyond microcephaly, and could potentially cause long-term health problems as well.
Food science produced a new fat — and then discovered it wasn’t all that good for us.
DEC Commissioner Alyssa Schuren made the announcement Wednesday night, saying the final design phase of extending the public water lines will be paid for by the state as negotiations with company Saint-Gobain have stalled.
Greenhouse gas emissions at the Monmouth County landfill nearly quadrupled from 2010 through 2014, according to an Asbury Park Press analysis of air polluters in Monmouth and Ocean counties.
Robert Wells, Sherwin Williams senior vice president for communications, told The Plain Dealer the problem lies with negligent landlords and government entities, not paint companies.
Dow AgroSciences has violated a California law by failing to warn a Central Valley community that it was exposed to risky levels of a cancer-causing pesticide, according to a new lawsuit by the Center for Environmental Health.
A team of University of Michigan researchers examined 171 drinking water service lines removed as part of Flint’s “Fast Start” program. They expected around 40% of them would contain lead, but they found 96% did.
City administrators say they'd like to have corporate partners like Sherwin-Williams or RPM or PPG helping to tackle the "legacy" problem – one the city says it can't afford to address on its own.
It appears the virus was spread through the tears or sweat of a patient with a particularly severe infection.
U.S. Congressman Brendan Boyle this week introduced legislation calling for the creation of an “enforceable, nationwide primary drinking water standard for PFCs.”
One of Canada’s largest medical marijuana producers, which raised concerns with Health Canada over harmful chemicals found in cannabis sold at Vancouver dispensaries, sought permission to use a controversial fungicide on its own crops last year, but says it later abandoned the idea.
Wisconsin's Menominee tap their forebears—and Native American cultural rebirth underway in North Dakota—on a walk to protect their river. A "Sacred Water" story.
Twenty-seven people have been confirmed missing after a landslide hit a village near Lishui City in eastern China’s Zhejiang province, according to a local government news briefing held Thursday morning.
Calling the agency slow and ineffective at responding to environmental discrimination complaints, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights issues a strong rebuke.
The Chemical Safety Board brought voted Wednesday evening to approve the final report and recommendations that were the result of a more than two and a half year investigation into a Charleston chemical leak.
New details are emerging about the mysterious Zika case in Utah where a son caring for his sick father became infected with the virus.
The health department said it confirmed a case of locally acquired dengue virus, the second this year in the state and the first in Miami.