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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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Demographers have known for some time that the number of people in India would surpass the number in China, the two most populous countries in the world. But they did not anticipate that the change would happen so quickly.
Veterans who were exposed to contaminated water are seeing a disturbing pattern of disability claim denials.
Both prisoners and surrounding communities are affected by this under-studied issue.
As Congress considers an overhaul of toxic chemical regulations, a new analysis has brought the issue close to home — perhaps a little too close for comfort.
African-American pedestrians in Philadelphia who walked by a dilapidated urban lot filled with trash and overgrown vegetation had an elevated heart rate attributed to stress, as compared with those who sauntered past a newly green lot in the same vicinity.
The federal government has announced it intends to ban the microbeads used in personal care products, after a scientific review found that the tiny particles pose a potential risk to the environment.
U.S. health officials have confirmed the presence of a 'brain-eating' amoeba in the water supply of several communities near New Orleans.
Sailors and rowers were not worried about getting sick during the Rio Olympics next year despite reports that waters to be used for events have pollution levels equivalent to raw sewage, competitors said on Thursday.
Human development has lowered salmon populations for years, but drought could be the final blow.
The House Oversight Committee is looking into allegations that two Obama administration agencies had sharp disagreements over the development of a major water pollution rule.
The decision to proceed with criminal cases, the first to arise from the 2011 meltdowns, marked a victory for citizens’ groups.
Owners of a soon-to-close coal-fired power plant outside Las Vegas are agreeing to pay $4.3 million to settle a lawsuit and clean up contamination that neighbouring Native Americans blame for health problems and water pollution.
Concentrating thousands of hogs in one place means concentrating huge amounts of their shit, too; and that shit puts off gases that are so noxious that they can kill people who work near them.
With the first closures this season of ocean beaches in New Jersey for high levels of pollution, a new study suggests that a bigger problem for those beaches might not be their water, but their sand.
Researchers are finding that positive mentions about hookah use on Twitter — more than 12,000 a day — may be adding to the misperception that it is somehow less harmful than cigarette smoking. It's not.
A recently discovered fungus is killing salamanders in Europe. It is likely spread by the pet trade and could soon arrive in North America, home to about half of all salamander species.
A plea hearing and sentencing have been scheduled for Mississippi Phosphates, accused of violating the Clean Water Act by polluting waterways, killing fish and destroying marshy areas around Bayou Casotte in Pascagoula.
A U.S. shipping company has agreed to pay Hawaii more than $15 million to reimburse the state for the cost of cleanup and restoration following a massive molasses spill in Honolulu Harbor two years ago, officials said on Wednesday.
Climate change has made pastoralism an increasingly unsustainable livelihood option, leaving many households in Samburu without access to a daily meal, let alone a balanced diet.
Measures that would end the U.S. oil export ban, ease restrictions on offshore drilling, support energy efficiency and upgrade the nation's electricity infrastructure won approval from the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee on Thursday.