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Researchers have detected microplastic particles in the placentas of unborn babies for the first time, a discovery that could mean long-term fetal developmental damage. The Guardian reported that in a study, published in Volume 46 of The Journal Envi Read More »
CDC Says Masks Offer Little Protection Against Wildfire Smoke Earlier this week, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) made an announcement that protective cloth masks do little to protect from wildfire smoke. “Cloth masks that are used to sl Read More »
“Cancer Alley” and What It Says About American Priorities Louisiana’s “Cancer Alley” is an 85-mile stretch of land that runs alongside the Mississippi River between Baton Rouge and New Orlean. The corridor is home to more than 150 pe Read More »
Juul Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed on Behalf of Dead Son The mother of an 18-year-old in Florida who died in his sleep is suing Juul Labs, the San-Francisco based electronic cigarette company, claiming vaping caused their teenage son’s death. Buzzfe Read More »
Beach Park Chemical Spill A massive chemical spill in the Chicago north suburb of Beach Park has sent 40 people to the hospital on Thursday morning. 7 of those individuals remain in critical condition. It is being reported that a leak in a large cont Read More »
(February 2, 2018) – Yesterday, the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation (JPML) decided that the similarities in a number of lawsuits involving the herbicide dicamba were enough to warrant a consolidation of the cases. The Monsanto lawsuit ha Read More »
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