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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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An NBC Bay Area Investigation reveals E&B Natural Resources waited months to report a leak at its East Bay Facility.
Extreme weather risks the food security of thousands of Lao villages. At the COP 21 talks, will rich countries honour their pledge of $100bn a year by 2020 to help?
Keeping tobacco products out of sight in convenience stores may make teens less likely to smoke, a U.S. study suggests.
Tide is expected to spread along a 5.5-mile stretch of coastline, threatening a nature reserve after killing plants and animals along 400 miles of the Rio Doce.
Brazil's environmental assets exchange BVRio on Tuesday launched an app that promises to help foreign traders and buyers of Brazilian timber make sure the product hasn't been illegally logged.
The latest phase of a decade-long lawsuit to recoup the cleanup costs of one of the nation's largest Superfund sites could have major implications for the pre-eminent U.S. law for stemming pollution from contaminated sites.
Breast milk may provide the ideal nourishment for an infant, but two recent studies are putting a different spin on the bottle-versus-breast debate.
Glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto's Roundup pesticide, may not cause cancer on its own, but once it's mixed with other constituents it could be genotoxic.
Researchers say there has been a substantial increase in women under the age of 26 who have received a diagnosis of early-stage cervical cancer since the health law came into effect in 2010.
A perfect storm of lower rainfall and a growing population beckons for Botswana. But others find climate change is already in the fields and paddocks.
With the Netherlands on track to miss its climate goals for 2020, the Dutch government is coming under pressure to order the closure of the nation's coal plants.
Oil major Royal Dutch Shell was handed a 22,500 pound ($33,919) fine by a local Scottish court on Tuesday for a 2011 oil spill in the North Sea that was the largest in more than a decade.
A group of Williamtown residents has travelled to Canberra to make the concerns over a contamination crisis known to political leaders.
Congress already has sliced the budgets of both OSHA and the EPA, which means plant inspections and oversight are likely to become even more sparse. How many more accidents like West have to happen before lawmakers get the message?
It is time to focus on ways to use the screening test more effectively.
A nonprofit founded to combat obesity says the $1.5 million it received from Coke has no influence on its work. But emails obtained by The Associated Press suggest otherwise.
Explaining your PhD thesis to people outside your field can be tricky. You want to be accurate, but also comprehensible, and sometimes words just aren't enough. Enter the Dance Your PhD contest, now in its eighth year.
If you’re choosing salmon, here’s what labels will—and won’t—tell you about the first edible genetically engineered animal approved for sale.
Nowadays, many major food companies are ditching artificial ingredients in an effort to appear more wholesome. This isn't as easy as it sounds.
Government lawyers want the court to keep out expert testimony that is “unreliable or unhelpful.” The case before the appellate court involves the question of whether cellphones can cause brain cancer.