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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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Companies that submit proprietary chemical information to the Environmental Protection Agency must justify upfront the reasons the information cannot be publicly released, the agency said in a notice.
Trump nominees make clear plans to sweep away Obama policies., There is no doubt that Mr. Trump's cabinet picks collectively will lead an effort to undermine the legacy of Mr. Obama on the environment, health care, immigration, civil rights and education.
The San Carlos Apache Reservation was sprayed with a chemical resembling Agent Orange in the 1960s.
Researchers estimate that living in smoggy Kraków is the same as smoking 4,000 cigarettes a year.
As the announcement comes that British American Tobacco is acquiring Reynolds America, a quick look at who is smoking in the United States and North Carolina.
For decades, chum salmon production on the famous McNeil River has lagged. Brown bears that feed there aren't going hungry, but biologists are working to rebuild the run.
Researchers at USC’s Keck School of Medicine have found that kindergarten and first-grade children with asthma face a 51 percent chance of becoming obese during the next 10 years of their lives.
Children with asthma are over 50 per cent more likely to become obese within ten years of being diagnosed, warns a new study which suggests that using inhalers during the attack may prevent this effect.
After hearing from a company whose CEO was a campaign contributor, a congressional aide to Donald Trump’s HHS nominee repeatedly pushed a federal health agency to remove a critical drug study from its website.
Last-minute proposal from Obama administration addresses CRISPR and other cutting-edge technologies.
The suit filed by ProPublica and the Virginian-Pilot claims the VA has stonewalled in response to requests for documents, including those sent and received by David Shulkin, the president-elect’s pick to be VA secretary.
A look at how chefs, bakers, and eaters are lining up to resist the Trump administration on Inauguration Day and beyond.
New study links higher temperatures with tick behavior that keeps them, and their disease-causing bacteria, away from humans.
Justin Trudeau’s decisions to approve two oil pipelines and a major gas facility have left some questioning just how green the new leader really is.
The long, ugly legacy of gendercide.
To stop carmakers bending the rules, Europe must get much tougher.
Overfishing driving dozens of species into extinction threatening African food crisis, warn experts.
'The growing extinction threat to fish off the central and western coast of Africa could seriously undermine food security across the region,' the International Union for Conservation of Nature says.
A new technique will help biologists tinker with genes, whether the goal is to turn cells into tiny factories churning out medicines, modify crops to grow with limited water or study the effects of a gene on human health.
Iraqi shepherds herd blackened flocks through the Iraqi desert. Locals cough and wheeze under vast clouds of smoke, and NASA images show oil threatening to encroach on the Tigris River, a major water source.
On April 25, 2014, the city switched its water supply from the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department to the Flint River.