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PAHs raise breast cancer risk

A new study reported recently in Cancer Research suggests that long-term exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) may increase risk for breast cancer. Previous epidemiologic studies
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Mt. Hood Meadows Poised for Limited Opening Friday

Updated on Nov 24, 2016 Mt. Hood Meadows will open on a limited basis Friday (November 25) operating at least one lift from 9 AM - 4 ...
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Mt. Hood Meadows Presents a Pray for Snow Day and Party Saturday

Mt. Hood Meadows Presents a Pray for Snow Day and Party Saturday Free Snowshoe Demo and Rail Jam Mountain of Coats Drive Dinner with CEO Matthew Drake Pray for ...
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Save the rusty patched bumblebee

      The rusty patched bumblebee is on the brink of extinction! Add your name to urge the U.S. Fish ...
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Residing near AM radio transmitters raises leukemia risk

Living near an AM radio transmitter can increase all sorts of leukemia, according to a Korean study. The study shows that the odds for all types ...
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Smartphones can increase brain tumor risk

Saturday Nov 12, 2016 (foodconsumer.org) -- Findings from a study conducted by the U.S. Toxicology Program suggest that use of smartphones for a long term ...
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Mobile phones damage male reproductive system

B J Houston at University of Newcastle in Callaghan, New South Wales, Australia and colleagues conducted a review and concluded that mobile phone use can ...
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Night work not linked to breast cancer?

Thursday Sept 6, 2016 (foodconsumer.org) -- A review-type of study funded by Cancer Research UK (CRUK) and other organizations claims that night work or night ...
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Lead. PFOA. Atrazine - Newsletter 092216 from EWG

It’s LUDICROUS. It’s been 25 years since I first discovered chromium-6 contaminating drinking water in Hinkley, Calif. And 16 years after that story was told on ...
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NEW STUDY: Monsanto's Roundup Has Caused Massive Damage to Environment

'Massive environmental damage' A new study from the University of Virginia says that the adoption of genetically modified (GMO) soybeans has resulted in an increase in ...
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