Tag: chemicals

Nearly 42,000 Sources of Toxic “Forever Chemicals” Put US Drinking Water at Risk: Study

By Kenny Stancil Bolstering calls for stronger PFAS regulations and more testing, a new analysis released Tuesday finds nearly 42,000 potential sources of toxic “forever chemicals” that could contaminate drinking water in communities throughout the United States. In their peer-reviewed study, which was published in a…

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3 U.S. Teachers Awarded $185 Million from Monsanto for Chemical Exposure

(Herald Net) – Three Monroe public school teachers have been awarded $185 million in damages after a King County Superior Court jury found the chemical company Monsanto was responsible for health issues caused by exposure to toxic chemicals in fluorescent lights. The teachers, who worked at…

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As EPA Forced to Finalize New Rules, Report Details Widespread Use of Neurotoxic Pesticide Across US

By Jessica Corbett Two decades after the Environmental Protection Agency ended household use of chlorpyrifos over concerns about its impact on the brains of children, the neurotoxic pesticide is still widely applied to crops across the United States, according to a report published Wednesday. The…

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Toxic Chemicals Linked to Lower Egg Counts in Women

By Jasmin Hassan, Karolinska Institutet; Pauliina Damdimopoulou, Karolinska Institutet, and Richelle Duque Björvang, Karolinska Institutet Birth rates are decreasing worldwide. In all European countries they’re even dropping below population replacement levels, which refers to the number of children needed per woman to keep a population…

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Male Fertility: How Everyday Chemicals are Destroying Sperm Counts in Humans and Animals

By Alex Ford, University of Portsmouth and Gary Hutchison, Edinburgh Napier University Within just a few generations, human sperm counts may decline to levels below those considered adequate for fertility. That’s the alarming claim made in epidemiologist Shanna Swan’s new book, “Countdown”, which assembles a…

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Private Prison Company Poisoned Immigrants at Adelanto for A Decade

Earth Justice After seven months of investigation, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a final report and an official Notice of Warning to the GEO Group (GEO) for multiple violations in response to their misuse of the toxic pesticide HDQ Neutral inside the Adelanto Detention Facility (Adelanto). The EPA investigation…

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Experts Call For Immediate Ban Of Entire Class Of Chemicals Damaging Babies’ Brains

By Megan Redshaw, J.D., Children’s Health Defense A new peer-reviewed article links phthalates, a group of neurotoxic chemicals found in hundreds of consumer products including toys, floor coverings and food packaging, to long-lasting neurodevelopmental harm in fetuses, infants and children. The authors of the study,…

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Researchers Sound Alarm About Harmful Chemicals in Common Disinfectants

By Casey Crownhart, Children’s Health Defense Disinfectant use has exploded during the coronavirus pandemic as people try to keep their hands and surfaces clean. But one family of cleaning chemicals is receiving scrutiny for potential health concerns. Quats, or quaternary ammonium compounds, are charged molecules…

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High Concentrations of Titanium, Aluminum, Lead & Cadmium Found In Popular Lipstick

By Alanna Ketler A study released by the University of California, Berkeley (UBC) School of Public health  found many conventional lipstick products to contain dangerously high levels of aluminum, cadmium, lead, and other toxins. Researchers tested over 30 popular lipstick products and found this to…

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