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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: 34 min 40 sec ago
Regulators said FDA’s request "is intended to help the agency ensure that regular use of these products does not present unknown safety and efficacy concerns."
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder signed a $38.6 billion budget bill Wednesday that will more than triple state spending on the water emergency in Flint.
As northern and central India continue to suffer thorough severe drought and oppressive heat, police in Bundelkhand and several other regions are reporting a rise in violent - and often deadly - clashes over water.
Environmental attack. Free radical assault. Noxious gas: From some dire beauty headlines of late, you’d think the very air was contriving, if not to kill us, then to make us look older.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is warning hospitals to be on the lookout for this new pathogen, which is difficult to detect.
Thousands of mines are closing in Indonesia’s tropical coal belt as prices languish and seams run dry. But almost none of the companies have paid their share of billions of dollars owed to repair the badly scarred landscape they have left behind.
Across the Central African Republic, up to 60 children die every day due to malnutrition, according to aid organization Action Against Hunger.
Results from the latest tests were a stark reminder that many of the most popular destinations for New Yorkers in the Caribbean and Latin America pose a serious health risk.
Blood tests were conducted after high lead levels were discovered in school system’s drinking water; not all of the children tested attended Newark schools.
Some retailers plan to pass the new cost of sugary beverages on to their customers. Others are holding out for a lawsuit.
A $500,000 grant was given to the Dauphin Island Sea Lab Foundation on Wednesday from a $2.5 million settlement the U.S. Attorney's office negotiated in an illegal oil dumping case.
The Maxine Mine near Praco, Ala. hasn't produced coal since the 1980s, but conservation groups are looking to force Drummond Company to clean up the abandoned site, which they say continues to leak harmful pollutants into the Locust Fork of the Black Warrior River.
About 300 property owners in Lake Forest have recently received letters asking if someone from Public Works can take a look at their water service line.
“Where is the lead coming from?” Saline County Commission Chairman Monte Shadwick asked Tuesday, during the commission’s weekly meeting.
More than a dozen organizations are calling on the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality to stop renewing air pollution permits until a new set of rules are in place.
Sen. Rubio needs to dump the partisan claptrap. This challenge deserves a clean funding bill, devoid of partisan landmines. The Aedes aegypti mosquito, which carries the Zika virus, doesn’t really care whom it stings.
The closing of the Diablo Canyon nuclear plant in California will hurt the environment, not help it.
Smoldering peat gives off massive quantities of carbon dioxide and other pollutants, but the search for solutions is on.
Tar sands is the oil industry’s newest threat. Local activists want to put limits on refinery emissions to halt this dense and dangerous crude from coming to the Bay. But are the regional air district and state government on board?
While living in Oscoda, residents drank, cooked with, bathed in, swam in and fished in the water, never knowing that most of the Wurtsmith Air Force Base and some adjacent ground is polluted with jet fuel, cancer-causing chlorinated solvents and toxic fire retardants.