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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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Scientists have developed a way to catch micropollutants before they escape wastewater treatment plants at low concentrations.
Some First Nations communities in Ontario and Manitoba have complained for years about what they call an unusually high rate of cancer among their members.
What the Rev. Brooks Berndt did for his Hazel Dell church, he now hopes to do for many more congregations in the United Church of Christ family: get them actively fighting for environmental causes.
Melamine, a chemical found in plastics, glue and counter tops, has been discovered in nearly half of samples of popular local nutritional supplements.
Conventional marijuana is grown with pesticides. The Clean Green label hopes to help consumers and farmers find a chemical-free alternative.
Australian engineers are working on patches that can detect all sorts of environmental hazards, like UV radiation and toxic gas. Stretchy and transparent, the sensors would stick to the skin, like a nicotine patch, or be sewn into clothing.
Scott Fahrenkrug thinks he can tweak farm animals' genes to make them happier and healthier.
Experts are trying to determine if life really has returned to normal after a June fire at the Miller Chemical and Fertilizer plant caused contamination to flow into local waterways, killing more than 10,000 fish in Pennsylvania.
Many Minnesota cities use rain gardens and other "green infrastructure" now to keep stormwater from polluting nearby lakes and rivers.
Environmental groups in New York's North Country are trying to spread the word about water pollution from microbeads.
The Endangered Species Act is under increased attack by lawmakers, conservationists say, with a slew of legislation proposed this year — including dozens of budget riders tacked onto unrelated bills — aimed at restricting wildlife protection.
More than 60 percent of residents in suburban districts of Hanoi still do not have tap water.
Men who have fled servitude on fishing boats recount beatings and worse as nets are cast for the catch that will become pet food and livestock feed (Part 3 of 4).
Under increasing pressure to accelerate efforts to clean up the Chesapeake Bay, Pennsylvania’s environmental and agriculture secretaries on Thursday promised to “reboot” efforts to clean water flowing into the Susquehanna River.
The average artificial turf field uses up to 27,000 ground tires. The problem? "The problem is that tires are toxic," said Nancy Alderman, president of Environment and Human Health Inc.
Saving the Chesapeake Bay should not be a partisan issue or the job of one governor or legislature. It should be a priority for anyone who has sworn an oath to serve the public interest, and one that spans administrations.
The severity of the health impacts of climate change creates a moral imperative to act now when the admittedly enormous costs of mitigation will be far less than waiting.
Palm wine remains a much-loved local drink for many Ghanaians. But the abuse of agro-chemicals in tapping the wine is gradually making its consumption unsafe.
Elimination of mercury monitoring program means Louisiana lacks fresh information about contaminated waters.
State officials lack updated data to warn people about any potential contamination in the fish they catch and eat.
Environmental health authorities in Los Angeles County discover that at least 40 homes near the Exide lead battery recycling plant have lead levels in soil exceeding 1000 parts per million.