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Plastic bottles contain hormone-disrupting chemicals that can cause cancer, diabetes, ADHD and autism, scientists confirmed in a report on Tuesday.
At least a quarter of people in West Virginia struggle to afford groceries. In one county, two farmers are finding new ways to help their neighbors sell the food they grow and eat more healthfully.
Groups representing Britain’s 600,000 doctors and health professionals say it is “imperative” to phase out coal rapidly to improve health and reduce NHS costs.
The United Nations Children's Fund said on Wednesday it had reached an agreement with six vaccine suppliers to provide a combined vaccine against five deadly childhood diseases for half the price it currently pays.
Indiscriminate spraying of pesticides like ethephon in pineapple orchards surrounding the Malampuzha dam, the region’s largest drinking water source, is creating widespread concern.
A trio of activist groups are calling on the province to rethink proposed changes to the growth plan due to their impact on nuclear safety.
U.S. health officials outlined on Tuesday how they planned to divide up $1.1 billion in funds approved by Congress to fight the Zika virus, including repaying $44.25 million they were forced to borrow from a fund allocated for other emergencies.
The long-awaited final administrative decision on the Rest of River PCB cleanup along the Housatonic south of Pittsfield upholds the agency's plan to require GE to remove the toxic chemicals out of state.
Buffalo is pushing hard against bad landlords and bad property managers in the fight against lead poisoning, especially lead poisoning in children.
At least seven workers at a Hanford tank farm had skin contaminated with radioactive waste Tuesday morning.
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An attorney for the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services said Tuesday he received a subpoena for a felony criminal case against department Director Nick Lyon.
Opponents to a proposed tax increase on cigarettes and other tobacco products pumped $6.2 million more into an already robust war chest.
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As part of fallout from the city’s lead-tainted water crisis, the ACLU of Michigan and the Education Law Center filed a federal civil rights lawsuit on Tuesday on behalf of tens of thousands of Flint schoolchildren alleging ongoing violations of disability laws by the state and local school district.
Long before the first winter frost, hundreds of drinking fountains in Chicago parks have been shut off after testing revealed high levels of brain-damaging lead in the water.
More than 150,000 gallons of water tainted with toxic Air Force firefighting chemicals was released into the Colorado Springs Utilities sewer system last week, Peterson Air Force Base confirmed Tuesday.
The UK's NHS is buying drugs from pharmaceutical companies in India whose dirty production methods are fuelling the rise of superbugs, and there are no checks or regulations in place to stop this happening.
Cocktails of three or more antibiotics could be surprisingly effective new ways to kill stubborn infections.
Lawmakers have proposed pesticide-free zones around schools and daycare centers. Environmental and community activists say they fall short, given pesticides’ reach and persistence; pesticide manufacturers say they're unwarranted.