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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: 12 min 28 sec ago
A federal court will hear arguments Wednesday in a suit to stop the Dakota Access pipeline, which the Standing Rock Sioux tribe says threatens water supplies and sacred lands.
Hailed as ‘America’s best idea’, the parks are hugely popular with the public but face political efforts to lift federal protection and allow private development.
Rescue workers scrambled to reach survivors across central Italy after a 6.2-magnitude earthquake and a series of strong aftershocks struck the region, collapsing homes and rattling buildings as far away as Rome and Venice.
People in Flint have been blaming painful itchy rashes on the city’s tap water. Many pinpoint the development of their skin irritation to the city’s switch to the Flint River as its tap water source. Now a panel of experts for the most part agrees.
It’s the first locally-transmitted case of the virus confirmed outside South Florida. Florida Department of Health officials declined to say when or in what part of Pinellas County the case was discovered.
Investigations are continuing into the impact of toxic firefighting chemicals at 36 airports across the country, Airservices Australia says.
The images show that the virus can inflict serious damage to many different parts of the fetal brain beyond microcephaly, the condition of unusually small heads.
Dramatic brain images show the extent of damage to fetuses whose mothers are infected with Zika virus, especially during the first trimester.
Missing brain tissue. Deformed spinal cords. Folded skills. The images of Zika's brain destruction are horrifying.
Some research suggests that exercise could impair long-term memory, but a new study allays many of those concerns.
Delivery vehicles are major greenhouse gas emitters but new software reroutes trucks with real-time data and machine learning.
The cities most affected by haze-induced warming were smaller cities in China’s semiarid midwestern and northwestern regions.
British cardiologist Dr. Aseem Malhotra is among a small but increasingly vocal group of doctors in the United States and Britain who are challenging the medical and nutritional orthodoxy around fat, carbohydrates and calories.
London's biggest air quality experiment sees thousands of pollution monitoring tags given to schools.
Thousands of pollution monitoring tags will be given away to schools and community groups in what aims to be London’s biggest experiment measuring air quality right down to street level.
Liverpool Council is investigating allegations it mishandled three new incidents of asbestos contamination this month, exposing council workers to the substance.
A quarter of the population may have the disease by the end of mosquito season, but efforts to control it have been thwarted by apathy and misinformation.
The legal bid by 20 Somali Bantu refugees and Manchester apartment residents to sue their landlord over lead paint contamination took a big hit Tuesday.
The Zika virus is keeping Florida officials on their toes.
A months-long government investigation bolsters claims of residents in Flint, Michigan, that the city’s lead-tainted water led to a breakout of rashes and hair loss for residents.
A resident of the city's West Calumet Housing Project is suing Mayor Anthony Copeland and the City of East Chicago over exposure to toxic chemicals found in and around her home.