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Community water fluoridation has been around for more than 65 years, and although proponents cite many benefits, the practice has come under fire recently as critics are questioning the amount our children are consuming – and if it’s even necessary.
Many regions in the state have reached the point where people are using water - and then sending it downstream - faster than the rain and snow can replenish it. Last year, Minnesotans used a record amount of water, fueling a rising number of conflicts from the Iron Range to Pipestone.
On one side is a group of energy companies, including Canadian giant Hydro-Quebec. On the other is a loosely organized band of retirees, farmers and conservationists, all determined to stop a $1-billion high-voltage transmission line called Northern Pass.
The Nationals' member for Tamworth, Kevin Anderson, says he's been informed air monitoring at Barraba's derelict Woodsreef asbestos mine will start in April. A 25-million tonne tailings dump, covering more than 40 hectares, still exists at the site, which was abandoned in the 1980s.
The Clermont County commissioners Aug. 27 authorized the Water Resources Department to participate in a Class Action Lawsuit against Syngenta Crop Protection, the makers of a chemical herbicide known as atrazine. A federal judge awarded the county almost $600,000 to help cover the costs of removing the herbicide from the area's water source.
Eight years after the Port of Bellingham, WA, took over 137 acres of waterfront industrial land from Georgia-Pacific Corp., cleanup of mercury contamination in soil is ready to begin.
Lately, the Wasatch Front-- the corridor of cities and towns where most Utahans live-- has acquired a reputation for bad air. Atmospheric inversions during the winter months lead to a thick fog of dirty air cloaking the region.
As toxic smog enveloped Beijing this year, one theme dominated China’s front-pages: air pollution. But along the snow-specked valley that meanders out from a remote industrial hub in northwest China, the real danger appears to be coming not from above but from below: heavy metal poisoning.
Four years of investigative research and reporting revealed a conscious effort-- taking place in labs and marketing meetings and grocery-store aisles-- to get people hooked on foods that are convenient and inexpensive.
With a major civil trial scheduled to start Monday in New Orleans against BP over damages related to the explosion of an offshore drilling rig in 2010, federal officials and those from the five affected Gulf Coast states are trying to pull together to strike an 11th-hour settlement in the case.
One of the biggest legal circuses on Earth — the trial of BP over the extent of its responsibility for the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill — is scheduled to open in New Orleans on Monday, featuring 34 leading lawyers in the jam-packed federal court and hundreds of others listening to video feeds in rooms nearby.
Two years after the Fukushima nuclear disaster, a new phenomenon is on the rise: atomic divorce. Unbearable pressures and prejudices are being faced by those caught in the radiation zone.
A Sri Lankan researcher from the National Institute of Health Science in Kalutara has done several air pollution studies and has come up with startling information on how exposure to air pollutants affects the Lankan population.
Experts studying the reproductive health of the mammals in England and Wales were concerned to find a decrease in the weight of otters' penis bones. Other health problems in males included an increase in undescended testicles and cysts on sperm-carrying tubes.
Many farmers are quitting an industry hit by rain, disease and cheap imports - just as food security becomes a worldwide issue.
Thousands of residents on the New South Wales north coast remain cut off by floodwaters, though the worst of the crisis appears to be over. Flood warnings are in place for 15 river systems from Sydney to the Queensland border.
Google has been forced to evacuate staff from two buildings close to its Mountain View HQ in California due to toxic trichloroethylene vapors seeping up from the ground below, where it has leaked into the soil and polluted the groundwater.
With deadlines looming over the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation to decide on whether or not it will allow gas and fuel companies to utilize the controversial gas-extraction drilling technique known as hydrofracking to be permitted in New York, state Department of Health commissioner Nirav Shah said that a critical health review is going to take longer.
British supermarkets are selling prawns reared using a technique that is destroying vast swathes of the ocean’s ecosystem, according to an investigation by the celebrity cook Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall.
Genetically-modified salmon is nearing federal approval for human consumption and Alaska's state and federal lawmakers have taken up torches against what they refer to as "Frankenfish."