Articles

  1. “95% of tested baby foods in the US contain toxic metals, report says,” Sandee LaMotte. CNN, October 17, 2019 (CLICK HERE).
  2. “Scientists have found air pollution particles in pregnant women’s placentas,” Sigal Samuel. Vox, September 24, 2019 (CLICK HERE).
  3. “A Call For More Research On Cancer’s Environmental Triggers,” Elaine Schattner. NPR, July 12, 2019 (CLICK HERE).
  4. “State Bans Pesticide Linked To Developmental Problems,” Ana B. Ibarra. Kaiser Health News, May 9, 2019 (CLICK HERE).
  5. “Arsenic in drinking water damages hearts of young adults, study says,” Sandee LaMotte. CNN, May 7, 2019 (CLICK HERE).
  6. “Sunscreen enters bloodstream after just one day of use, study says,” Sandee LaMotte. CNN, May 6, 2019 (CLICK HERE).
  7. “Researchers Now Have Even More Proof That Air Pollution Can Cause Dementia,” Aaron Reuben. Mother Jones, May 2, 2019 (CLICK HERE).
  8. “Arsenic in Some Bottled Water Brands at Unsafe Levels, Consumer Reports Says,” Ryan Felton. Consumer Reports, April 18, 2019 (CLICK HERE).
  9. “Prenatal exposure to air pollution linked to autism risk, study says,” Susan Scutti. CNN, November 19, 2018 (CLICK HERE)
  10. “Babies born to moms who lived near fracking wells faced host of health risks, study suggests,” Melissa Healy. Los Angeles Times, December 13, 2017 (CLICK HERE).
  11. “Toxic chemicals tainting Colorado groundwater also found in fast-food packaging,” Bruce Finley. The Denver Post, February 1, 2017, (CLICK HERE).
  12. “Agent Orange Curse Hangs Over Families of Virginia Veterans,” Joanne Kimberlin. The Virginian-Pilot, December 16, 2016 (CLICK HERE).
  13. “E-cig vapor releases two cancerous chemicals, new study says,” Jacob Bogage. The Washington Post, July 28, 2016 (CLICK HERE).
  14. “Fracking May Worsen Asthma in People Living Nearby,” Associated Press. NBC News, July 18, 2016 (CLICK HERE).
  15. “Epigenetics: The Woes of Your Ancestors May Remain for Generations to Come.” Li Miao Lovett. KQED Science, June 30, 2016 (CLICK HERE).
  16. “Canned Food Increases Exposure to Toxic Chemical BPA, Study Finds,” Lindsey Hoshaw. KQED Science, June 29, 2016 (CLICK HERE).
  17. “More than 5,300 U.S. water systems violated lead-testing rules last year,” Brady Dennis, The Washington Post, June 28,2016 (CLICK HERE).
  18. “Decades Later, Sickness Among Airmen After a Hydrogen Bomb Accident,” Dave Philipps. The New York Times, June 19, 2016 (CLICK HERE). 
  19. Harmful Chemicals Are Everywhere–But What Does That Mean?” Zhai Yun Tan. Kaiser Health News, June 17, 2016 (CLICK HERE). 
  20. “Flint is a reminder we can’t be lulled by any industry’s lies,” Nicholas Kirstof. Las Vegas Sun, February 20, 2016 (CLICK HERE).