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Paradise Lost: The Salton Sea Crisis Caused by Toxic exposure

Once a household name and home to over 270 bird species, the Salton Sea is now a pale shadow of its former self in...

Firefighters Exposed to More Potentially Hazardous Toxins than Previously Thought

Firefighters on duty experience higher exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, or PAHs. This class of chemicals is known to have the potential to cause...

Court Case Arises to Curb Brain Damage by Toxic Pesticides

On April 29th, the US court of appeals banned the use of pesticide said to cause brain damage, chlorpyrifos. The US court said that...

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Paradise Lost: The Salton Sea Crisis Caused by Toxic exposure

Once a household name and home to over 270 bird species, the Salton Sea is now a pale shadow of its former self in...

Firefighters Exposed to More Potentially Hazardous Toxins than Previously Thought

Firefighters on duty experience higher exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, or PAHs. This class of chemicals is known to have the potential to cause...

Court Case Arises to Curb Brain Damage by Toxic Pesticides

On April 29th, the US court of appeals banned the use of pesticide said to cause brain damage, chlorpyrifos. The US court said that...

Vermont Efforts to Eliminate Forever Chemicals Closing in on Success

According to a recent report, the "forever chemicals" that have been contaminating drinking water in Vermont might be eliminated soon. Lawmakers in Vermont are...

EWG Report Says Iowa Not Doing Enough to Protect Residents from Algae Toxins

Efforts by the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to monitor water quality are inadequate, according to the newest report by the Environmental Working...

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Paradise Lost: The Salton Sea Crisis Caused by Toxic exposure

Once a household name and home to over 270 bird species, the Salton Sea is now a pale shadow of its former self in...

Firefighters Exposed to More Potentially Hazardous Toxins than Previously Thought

Firefighters on duty experience higher exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, or PAHs. This class of chemicals is known to have the potential to cause...

Court Case Arises to Curb Brain Damage by Toxic Pesticides

On April 29th, the US court of appeals banned the use of pesticide said to cause brain damage, chlorpyrifos. The US court said that...

Vermont Efforts to Eliminate Forever Chemicals Closing in on Success

According to a recent report, the "forever chemicals" that have been contaminating drinking water in Vermont might be eliminated soon. Lawmakers in Vermont are...

EWG Report Says Iowa Not Doing Enough to Protect Residents from Algae Toxins

Efforts by the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to monitor water quality are inadequate, according to the newest report by the Environmental Working...

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A recent study by Macquarie University researchers shows a clear correlation between vegetable patches and lead-related toxins. The research found that 35% of backyards...
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Paradise Lost: The Salton Sea Crisis Caused by Toxic exposure

Once a household name and home to over 270 bird species, the Salton Sea is now a pale shadow of its former self in...

Firefighters Exposed to More Potentially Hazardous Toxins than Previously Thought

Firefighters on duty experience higher exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, or PAHs. This class of chemicals is known to have the potential to cause...

Court Case Arises to Curb Brain Damage by Toxic Pesticides

On April 29th, the US court of appeals banned the use of pesticide said to cause brain damage, chlorpyrifos. The US court said that...

Vermont Efforts to Eliminate Forever Chemicals Closing in on Success

According to a recent report, the "forever chemicals" that have been contaminating drinking water in Vermont might be eliminated soon. Lawmakers in Vermont are...

EWG Report Says Iowa Not Doing Enough to Protect Residents from Algae Toxins

Efforts by the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to monitor water quality are inadequate, according to the newest report by the Environmental Working...

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