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Nationwide groundwater testing results overdue for months - New Zealand Herald

12 hours 20 min ago
Nationwide groundwater testing results overdue for months  New Zealand Herald

By Hamish Cardwell of RNZ. A nationwide groundwater assessment, that for the first time includes testing for the pesticide in Roundup, is now months overdue.

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Sending out dry cleaning could become a thing of the past - Business Traveller

Sat, 2019-07-20 19:10
Sending out dry cleaning could become a thing of the past  Business Traveller

Some Holiday Inn hotels in the US are testing a vending machine that dry cleans guests' clothing in about five minutes, Forbes reports. The Presso system dry ...

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What consumers can do as regulators weigh 'compounds' risk - Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Sat, 2019-07-20 17:13
What consumers can do as regulators weigh 'compounds' risk  Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Federal regulators are sorting out how to handle health risks from perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, for nonstick and stain-resistant ...

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Chemical fears at Scots fish farms | Scotland - The Times

Sat, 2019-07-20 17:01
Chemical fears at Scots fish farms | Scotland  The Times

A leading Scottish politician is under pressure to stop the use in fish farming of formaldehyde, the carcinogenic chemical used by Damien Hirst and others to ...

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DESIGN IN NATURE: Watch out for 'toxic garbage' packaged as landscape mulch - North Shore News

Sat, 2019-07-20 15:59
DESIGN IN NATURE: Watch out for 'toxic garbage' packaged as landscape mulch  North Shore News

It has recently come to my attention that the local hardware superstores are selling recycled tire nuggets for landscape mulch. I had no idea this was a thing!

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The forgotten plastic pollution - Dhaka Tribune

Sat, 2019-07-20 12:00
The forgotten plastic pollution  Dhaka Tribune

It's amazing how quickly people have ditched plastic straws thanks to campaigns to discourage us from using such “pointless plastic.” Yet, rarely do we hear ...

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The Ugly Truth About Amazon Beauty - PCMag

Sat, 2019-07-20 07:00
The Ugly Truth About Amazon Beauty  PCMag

Amazon is trying to put its best face forward in the beauty industry, but its reputation, counterfeit cosmetics, and bad business decisions stand in its way.

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OPINION: The puzzling problem of vaping | Columns - Tahlequah Daily Press

Sat, 2019-07-20 01:45
OPINION: The puzzling problem of vaping | Columns  Tahlequah Daily Press

SAN FRANCISCO - A 29-story office building at 123 Mission St. illustrates the policy puzzles that fester because of these facts: For centuries, tobacco has been a ...

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George F. Will: The puzzling problem of vaping - The Union Leader

Fri, 2019-07-19 22:00
George F. Will: The puzzling problem of vaping  The Union Leader

A 29-STORY OFFICE building at 123 Mission St. in San Francisco illustrates the policy puzzles that fester because of these facts: For centuries, tobacco has ...

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Turkey Bacon vs. Pork Bacon: Which Is Healthier? - Medical Daily

Fri, 2019-07-19 21:06
Turkey Bacon vs. Pork Bacon: Which Is Healthier?  Medical Daily

Bacon, either pork or turkey, are equally bad for health. Here is why.

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Secondhand smoke affects health in region | News - Bowling Green Daily News

Fri, 2019-07-19 17:45
Secondhand smoke affects health in region | News  Bowling Green Daily News

Secondhand smoke is dangerous, and about a fifth of Americans are exposed to the carcinogenic byproduct of cigarettes in the workplace, according to a ...

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Berkeley Talks transcript: Joel Moskowitz on the health risks of cell phone radiation - UC Berkeley

Fri, 2019-07-19 17:45
Berkeley Talks transcript: Joel Moskowitz on the health risks of cell phone radiation  UC Berkeley

Kim Guess: Hi everybody, welcome. Thank you for attending this keynote presentation, “Cell Phones, Cell Towers and Wireless Safety.” This is part of our ...

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Why are so many public agencies banning Roundup? - Vallejo Times Herald

Fri, 2019-07-19 16:46
Why are so many public agencies banning Roundup?  Vallejo Times Herald

The East Bay Regional Park District's unanimous decision this week to stop using the weedkiller Roundup puts the nation's largest regional park system among ...

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Why are so many public agencies banning Roundup? - Vallejo Times Herald

Fri, 2019-07-19 16:46
Why are so many public agencies banning Roundup?  Vallejo Times Herald

The East Bay Regional Park District's unanimous decision this week to stop using the weedkiller Roundup puts the nation's largest regional park system among ...

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Chicopee officials determine what comes next for city's pools - WESTERNMASSNEWS.com

Fri, 2019-07-19 16:30
Chicopee officials determine what comes next for city's pools  WESTERNMASSNEWS.com

As many people are seeking refuge from the heat with a dip in the pool, the city of Chicopee is evaluating future steps for two public pools, now currently closed,

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Judge to slash $2 billion award for couple with cancer in Roundup lawsuit - The Boston Globe

Fri, 2019-07-19 15:41
Judge to slash $2 billion award for couple with cancer in Roundup lawsuit  The Boston Globe

A California judge will slash a $2 billion judgment against Bayer AG, which had been awarded to a couple who both developed cancer after decades of using ...

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Judge Leans Toward Slash of $2 Billion Roundup Cancer Verdict - Courthouse News Service

Fri, 2019-07-19 15:08
Judge Leans Toward Slash of $2 Billion Roundup Cancer Verdict  Courthouse News Service

OAKLAND, Calif. (CN) – A federal judge correctly predicted that $2 billion in punitive damages awarded to a Livermore couple who attributed their cancer to the ...

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Keeping warning labels off coffee right decision, Assemblyman Quirk says - Northern California Record

Fri, 2019-07-19 15:01
Keeping warning labels off coffee right decision, Assemblyman Quirk says  Northern California Record

SACRAMENTO – Conclusions issued earlier this month by California's Environmental Health Hazard Assessment Office that coffee doesn't require a warning ...

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Rollback of coal regulations will harm St. Louis area - STLtoday.com

Fri, 2019-07-19 14:00
Rollback of coal regulations will harm St. Louis area  STLtoday.com

Regarding the editorial, “Trump, ludicrously, tries to claim the environmentalist mantle. Here are the facts” (July 14): The Post-Dispatch editorial board failed to ...

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Judge to slash $2 billion award for couple with cancer in Roundup lawsuit - The Boston Globe

Fri, 2019-07-19 11:39
Judge to slash $2 billion award for couple with cancer in Roundup lawsuit  The Boston Globe

A California judge will slash a $2 billion judgment against Bayer AG, which had been awarded to a couple who both developed cancer after decades of using ...

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