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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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The United Nations' shipping agency set global regulations on Thursday to limit the amount of sulfur emissions from vessels and said they would come into force from 2020.
A jury ordered Johnson & Johnson and its talc supplier to pay $70 million to a woman who blamed her cancer on the use of talc powders for feminine hygiene.
Employees at an air-monitoring station in Xi’an, in northern China, stuffed gauze into the pollution monitors so that the air would seem cleaner, a report said.
A federal judge in Seattle has determined that, under the Clean Water Act, a case can go forward to hold BNSF Railway liable for pollution from coal trains.
Public support for fracking has fallen to new lows, a government survey has revealed.
A tax on sugary sodas is on the ballot in three California cities this November. And immigrant grocers are the face of the anti-soda tax campaign.
The Environmental Protection Agency’s environmental justice strategy, released Oct. 27, showed the agency could be ready to take aggressive steps to help communities overburdened with environmental pollution, some advocates said.
Law enforcement officials have arrested scores of protesters at the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline, lessening the chances of another full-scale demonstration early Friday.
University of Louisville medical researchers, working with a Utah scientist, have detailed how air pollution appears to damage blood vessels even in young, healthy people.
Sixteen Native Americans and other protesters were arrested in North Dakota on Thursday in the latest clash between police and demonstrators seeking to halt construction of a disputed oil pipeline.
The Manchester community is one of several on Houston's east side that environmental activists say is concerned about chemical exposure.
It’s part of new technology created by Wyss Institute researchers to study the effects of tobacco smoke and electronic cigarettes on lung cells.
The encampment was a symbol of Europe’s continuing failure to solve the refugee crisis.
A new book and movie explore the causes, legacy, and drama of the oil spill. But neither probe deeply enough.
After the VA rejects his claim for benefits, an Air Force veteran challenges the findings of the government’s go-to Agent Orange consultant. Six years later he emerges the rare victor.
Worldwide populations of mammals, birds, fish, amphibians and reptiles have plunged by almost 60 percent since 1970 as human activities overwhelm the environment, the WWF conservation group said on Thursday.
Uncontrolled fish farming, population growth, and logging have all taken a toll on Indonesia’s Lake Toba. Photographer Binsar Bakkara returns to his home region to chronicle the environmental destruction.
A new generation of manufacturers and scientists is working to tackle the global plastic waste crisis head on.
Common household chemicals found in a wide range of products from carpets to cleaning products can alter hormones and contribute to type-2 diabetes—likely costing Europeans billions of dollars annually, according to new research.
EU drops law to limit cancer-linked chemical in food after industry complaint., EU drops law to limit acrylamide in food after industry complaint.
The European commission has dropped plans to legally limit a pervasive but naturally occurring chemical found in food, that is linked to cancer, just days after lobbying by industry, the Guardian has learned., The European commission has dropped plans to legally limit a pervasive but naturally occurring chemical found in food, that is linked to cancer, just days after lobbying by industry.