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Lead detected in 80% of Allegheny County, Pa., water systems: Report

ehn.org | Apr. 22 | Like Lead detected in 80% of Allegheny County, Pa., water systems: Report on Facebook 
PITTSBURGH—Lead was detected in 80 percent of water systems in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, which encompasses Pittsburgh, in 2019, accor...
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Tougher air pollution limits needed to prevent more deaths, says coroner

telegraph.co.uk | Apr. 22 | Like Tougher air pollution limits needed to prevent more deaths, says coroner on Facebook 
Case of nine-year-old who died as a result of traffic emissions shows that UK law is not stringent enough to save lives.
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Pediatricians’ voices grow louder on climate’s impact on child health, equity

aappublications.org | Apr. 22 | Like Pediatricians’ voices grow louder on climate’s impact on child health, equity on Facebook 
When people asked Aaron S. Bernstein, M.D., M.P.H., FAAP, why he worked on climate change as a pediatrician, he would say the reason is simple: &...
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17 young people on the moment the climate crisis became real to them

teenvogue.com | Apr. 22 | Like 17 young people on the moment the climate crisis became real to them on Facebook 
From watching ‘An Inconvenient Truth’ to living through Superstorm Sandy.
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What dog testes tell us about human fertility

everydayhealth.com | Apr. 22 | Like What dog testes tell us about human fertility on Facebook 
Pet dogs teach us about chemical exposures, sperm health risks, other threats to fertility. Learn about toxics that may harm human reproductive h...
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How drinking habits of fathers may contribute to birth defects

healthline.com | Apr. 19 | Like How drinking habits of fathers may contribute to birth defects on Facebook 
New evidence suggests a link between paternal alcohol consumption before conception and the chances of fetal birth defects.
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The pollution plumes of North Pole

ehn.org | Apr. 19 | Like The pollution plumes of North Pole on Facebook 
NORTH POLE, Alaska—Linda Brown would one day look back with regret on her family's optimism as they dug into the cold, hard soil. The ...
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100 miles of lead pipes supply water to Buffalo. Could Biden's plan fix that health risk?

buffalonews.com | Apr. 19 | Like 100 miles of lead pipes supply water to Buffalo. Could Biden's plan fix that health risk? on Facebook 
Buffalo has so far evaded the risk that was buried beneath the city more than a century ago.
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A climate change guide for kids

nytimes.com | Apr. 19 | Like A climate change guide for kids on Facebook 
The future could be bad, or it could be better. You can help decide.
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How “forever chemicals” might impair the immune system

pnas.org | Apr. 16 | Like How “forever chemicals” might impair the immune system on Facebook 
Animal models and human studies suggest that forever chemicals, delivered through water, food, and air, alter the immune system, potentially dimi...
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School next to Portland ICE facility sounds alarm over children’s exposure to chemical munitions

oregonlive.com | Apr. 15 | Like School next to Portland ICE facility sounds alarm over children’s exposure to chemical munitions on Facebook 
For months, Cottonwood School of Civics and Science staff, parents, neighborhood residents and public officials have been pleading with federal a...
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After more PCBs are found in Burlington, VT, High School, superintendent doubts it can be saved

vtdigger.org | Apr. 15 | Like After more PCBs are found in Burlington, VT, High School, superintendent doubts it can be saved on Facebook 
Burlington Superintendent Tom Flanagan told school board members Tuesday night that he’s concerned PCB remediation may be extremely costly ...
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Asher Rosinger: Nearly 60 million Americans don't drink their tap water, research suggests – here's why that's a public health problem

theconversation.com | Apr. 15 | Like Asher Rosinger: Nearly 60 million Americans don't drink their tap water, research suggests – here's why that's a public health problem on Facebook 
New research finds that tap water avoidance is on the rise in the US, especially among minorities. An expert on water and health calls for better...
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Manufacturers have been using nanotech graphene in face masks — now there are safety concerns

medium.com | Apr. 15 | Like Manufacturers have been using nanotech graphene in face masks — now there are safety concerns on Facebook 
Canada bans graphene masks, while warnings of potential "early pulmonary toxicity" associated with graphene-containing face masks raise...
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