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Urgent action needed re: asbestos

  Asbestos-related disease kills up to15,000 people in the U.S. each year. And if you’re thinking that this lethal substance has been banned in the U.S., you’re wrong.

Don't let DuPont get away with this

DuPont is putting corporate profits ahead of human and environmental health, with disastrous consequences.Help us hold the chemical giant accountable for its actions. Sign EWG’s ...
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Flame Retardants Cause Chemical-Induced Insulin Resistance, Studies Find

Story at-a-glance− Flame-retardant chemicals have been linked to serious health risks, including infertility, birth defects, neurodevelopmental delays, reduced IQ, hormone disruptions, and various forms of cancer 90 ...
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Three out of four Key Haven residents oppose release of genetically modified mosquitoes

April 14, 2015 Contact: Michael Welber (Michael.welber@gmail.com) (305) 289-1740 Three out of four Key Haven residents oppose release of genetically modified mosquitoes By a wide margin, Key Haven residents ...
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As of Oct, 2014, 243 substances have been recognized as human carcinogens or probable carcinogens

HHS Releases 13th Report on Carcinogens Four substances have been added in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services 13th Report on Carcinogens, a science-based ...
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Cell phones may lower male fertility

March 30, 2015 (foodconsumer.org) -- A new study published most recently in IJCRR suggests that exposure to 2G or 3G cell phone radiation  may damage ...
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Mobile phones should be classified as a carcinogen

Thursday March 19, 2015 (foodconsumer.org) -- A review in International Journal of Oncology suggests that radiofrequency fields transmitted from mobile phones and other mobile devices ...
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GE Mosquitoes Could Soon Be on the Loose

Millions of genetically engineered mosquitoes could soon be released into the Florida Keys -- with unknown impacts on one of our most fragile ecosystems –unless we ...
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UN says people should not use audio players for more than one hour per day

Associated Press reported Feb 28, 2015 that UN World Health organization recommends that people who use audio players should limit their use to one hour ...
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Use of cell phone adversely affects cellular health

Monday Feb 16, 2105 (foodconsumer.org) -- Dr. Shivashankara A.R. from Father Muller Medical College in Karnataka, India and colleagues conducted a study and found evidence ...
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