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Environmental Health News
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North Dakota regulators did not see this coming.
Nine months after a study pointed to power plants, industrial clusters, restaurants and diesel generators as primary sources of pollution, nothing has been done to implement recommendations to control pollution from industrial sources.
The state needs to be more proactive in dealing with the pollution problems plaguing many of its minority communities and poorer urban areas, according to environmental justice advocates.
The Food and Drug Administration is investigating 10 infant deaths that may be related to use of homeopathic teething gels and tablets.
Hundreds of millions of dollars approved by Congress last month to fight Zika won't go anywhere until the beginning of next year — almost a full year after it was first requested, federal officials said Tuesday.
Currently there are no federal regulations on gas storage. A federal task force aims to change that in the wake of the largest-known release of climate-changing methane in US history.
After a gas well blew up near her home, a Wyoming woman took action to fight fracking contamination.
The Rampal coal plant poses a “serious threat” to a key ecosystem for Bengal tigers and must be cancelled, says the UN world heritage body.
It's been a century since Margaret Sanger opened the nation's first birth control clinic on Amboy Street in Brooklyn.
Several years after residents began raising health concerns about a contaminated property in Riverside’s Arlanza area, state and federal health officials will investigate whether the land poses a public threat.
The problem with WA’s unregulated manure pollution., The problem with Washington's unregulated manure pollution.
Plumes of dust blowing off of piles of manure, the smell of ammonia in the air, polluted groundwater, and a deadly birth defect cluster have residents of Yakima’s Lower Valley worried a new state permit meant to regulate dairy farms won’t do enough to protect their communities.
In November, a small group of Florida voters will wade into the center of that debate and make a decision that could have lasting effects in the U.S. and around the world: will they approve the release of GMO mosquitoes to control mosquito populations that transmit serious human diseases?
Aflatoxins, poisonous and cancer-causing chemicals produced by certain molds which grow in grains, are a barrier to food exports from Africa and threat to human health, according to a senior East African Community official.
Women who are overweight while pregnant are more likely to have babies who are biologically older than those born to women of a healthy weight. This could put the babies at a higher risk of developing chronic diseases later in life, and may reduce their life expectancy.
They’re typically hit with a far more aggressive disease, one that’s more likely to metastasize and strikes at a more vulnerable stage in life.
The UK government is being hauled back before the courts over its failure to tackle air pollution.
Miami Beach Commissioner Kristen Rosen Gonzalez is proposing the city attract bats to the area in the hopes the spooky little mammals will gobble up as many mosquitoes as they can.
More than 450 civil lawsuits related to Flint’s water crisis are in a holding pattern with dozens of attorneys jockeying to be lead counsel as they await an order from a judge on how the cases should proceed.
Natural disasters occurring amid everyday calamities make life on the island a bitter struggle. But only when Haitians are dying by the hundreds does the rest of the world pay attention.
Thousands die from arsenic poisoning every year in Bangladesh. We know what solutions work, now we need to make sure everyone has access to them.