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Pesticide DDT linked to increased breast cancer risk generations after exposure

ehn.org | Apr. 15 | Like Pesticide DDT linked to increased breast cancer risk generations after exposure on Facebook 
A woman's exposure to the pesticide DDT during pregnancy can increase her granddaughter's risk for breast cancer decades later, accordi...
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Indoor dust contains PFAS and other toxic chemicals

theintercept.com | Apr. 15 | Like Indoor dust contains PFAS and other toxic chemicals on Facebook 
A new study of indoor dust found PFAS and other toxics that can lead to infertility, diabetes, obesity, abnormal fetal growth, and cancers.
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Male fertility: How everyday chemicals are destroying sperm counts in humans and animals

theconversation.com | Apr. 14 | Like Male fertility: How everyday chemicals are destroying sperm counts in humans and animals on Facebook 
Our chemical environment appears responsible for an alarming plummet in sperm counts – in humans and in animals.
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The White House issues its first-ever proclamation on Black maternal health

nytimes.com | Apr. 14 | Like The White House issues its first-ever proclamation on Black maternal health on Facebook 
The proclamation is part of a broader effort to address the vast racial disparities in pregnancy and childbirth-related deaths and complications ...
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Migrant children are being held in toxic U.S. detention centers

grist.org | Apr. 14 | Like Migrant children are being held in toxic U.S. detention centers on Facebook 
The Biden administration is preparing to detain thousands of migrant children at sites with histories of toxic contamination.
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The political, media, and community response to our Fractured investigation

ehn.org | Apr. 13 | Like The political, media, and community response to our Fractured investigation on Facebook 
One month after publication of EHN.org's groundbreaking "Fractured" investigation, lawmakers, civic groups and journalists are pul...
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Biden’s FDA takes new steps toward limiting toxic heavy metals in commercial baby foods

washingtonpost.com | Apr. 13 | Like Biden’s FDA takes new steps toward limiting toxic heavy metals in commercial baby foods on Facebook 
After pressure from parents and advocates, the agency is laying out a multiyear plan to address the issue.
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A food program for women and children is about to get more federal support

civileats.com | Apr. 13 | Like A food program for women and children is about to get more federal support on Facebook 
Unlike SNAP, WIC has a smaller budget, and less of a spotlight. Now, Congress and the USDA are working to address food insecurity in families hea...
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Asthma programs to receive $3.7 million from Port of Long Beach

lbpost.com | Apr. 12 | Like Asthma programs to receive $3.7 million from Port of Long Beach on Facebook 
The Los Angeles-Long Beach metropolitan area has also been ranked in the past for having the worst ozone pollution in the nation.
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The moms who are battling climate change

newyorker.com | Apr. 12 | Like The moms who are battling climate change on Facebook 
A new initiative seeks to tap into mothers’ concern for the world their children are inheriting.
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Washington bill curbing lead in school drinking water heads for Inslee’s signature

seattletimes.com | Apr. 12 | Like Washington bill curbing lead in school drinking water heads for Inslee’s signature on Facebook 
Washington schools will soon have to test their taps for lead and will be required to fix or replace faucets with concentrations higher than 5 pa...
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TOXICS: FDA rules for baby food guided by feasibility, not safety

eenews.net | Apr. 9 | Like TOXICS: FDA rules for baby food guided by feasibility, not safety on Facebook 
The Food and Drug Administration allows 10 times as much arsenic and other toxic chemicals in baby foods as it does in some other products -- lim...
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Sarah Glick, Barbara Nabrit-Stephens: We pediatricians have seen what lead poisoning does to children

tampabay.com | Apr. 8 | Like Sarah Glick, Barbara Nabrit-Stephens: We pediatricians have seen what lead poisoning does to children on Facebook 
Experts estimate that 1 out of every 5 cases of pediatric attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is related to lead.
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