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Whistleblowers Expose Corruption In EPA Chemical Safety Office

Whistleblowers Expose Corruption In EPA Chemical Safety Office

EPA managers removed information about the risks posed by dozens of chemicals, according to whistleblowers. Managers and career staff in the Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention tampered with the assessments of dozens of chemicals to make them appear safer, according to four scientists who work at the agency. The whistleblowers, whose jobs involve identifying the potential harms posed by new chemicals, ...
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Study: Toxic Chemicals Found In 100% Of Breast Milk Samples

Study: Toxic Chemicals Found In 100% Of Breast Milk Samples

Public health advocates demanded federal action to ban the use of toxic FPAS “forever chemicals” after 100% of breast milk samples were found to be contaminated with PFAS at levels 2,000 times those considered safe for drinking water. Researchers at Toxic-Free Future, Indiana University, the University of Washington and Seattle Children’s Research Institute studied 50 samples of breast milk from American women from all over the country, representing a ...
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Study: Additive in Automobile Tires, not Climate Change, Killing West Coast Salmon

Study: Additive in Automobile Tires, not Climate Change, Killing West Coast Salmon

From the “where the rubber meets the road” department, comes this bombshell finding that flies in the face of claims about the universal boogeyman of “climate change” killing salmon due to it supposedly raising water temperature in streams where they spawn. Just last year, PBS and Popular Science were screaming about “climate change” being the cause with headlines like Climate Change is Killing Salmon in the Pacific Northwest and Climate change is ...
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Study: Exposure to Household Chemicals Affects Gut Microbiome

Study: Exposure to Household Chemicals Affects Gut Microbiome

Study finds first evidence linking exposure to household chemicals to changes in the gut health of children A study out of Washington State University, in collaboration with Duke University, has found the first evidence linking exposure to household chemicals with impacts on the gut microbiomes of children. Published in the journal Environmental Science and Technology Letters, the pioneering study could lead to better awareness of the hazards of ...
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EPA Announces it Will Stop Monitoring Drinking Water for Atrazine

EPA Announces it Will Stop Monitoring Drinking Water for Atrazine

Fox News host Tucker Carlson blasted the Environmental Protection Agency over its decision to stop monitoring the dangerous herbicide known as Atrazine in the U.S. water supply. “Despite its name, the Environmental Protection Agency doesn’t just exist to protect the environment,” Carlson said Friday. “It also exists to protect you, by policing against the many pollutants that are generated by modern life. But soon, the EPA ...
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