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2015/07/30 18:37
2015/07/30 18:37
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Here’s something to think about as you’re gearing up to buy back to school supplies. Recent studies from the Environmental Working Group show some school supplies have toxins that are dangerous to...
2015/07/30 18:37
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2015/07/29 20:46
2015/07/29 20:46
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Documents from the transit agency show that in 2009, a contract proposal was submitted to remove and dispose of "asbestos-containing gasket material from the evaporator" in the 1000-series rail...
2015/07/28 12:15
2015/07/28 12:15
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She’s been the face of countless beauty campaigns as well as the poster actress for health and wellness. Now Gwyneth Paltrow is taking on the beauty industry from behind the scenes, and she’s doing it...
2015/07/28 10:27
2015/07/28 10:27
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You probably don’t need to be told (again) how important wearing sunscreen is for reducing your risk of skin cancer, not to mention sunburns and signs of premature aging (think wrinkles). But go ahead...
2015/07/27 13:23
2015/07/27 13:23
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LINCOLN, Neb. -- Life is different now than it was in the 1950s, when newly formed middle-class Americans moved to the suburbs to enjoy their Levitt homes and women were encouraged to embrace their...
2015/07/27 12:20
2015/07/27 12:20
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We over-wash, over-treat and over-touch, so we don’t look over-the-hill. But more is not better, stresses Tina Griffin, beauty consultant at Blitz Facial Bar in Toronto. “We want to believe that the...
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2015/07/25 00:19
2015/07/25 00:19
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A bill that would prevent state and local governments from requiring labels on genetically modified foods passed in the House of Representatives on Thursday after contentious debate, 275-150. The...
2015/07/24 08:13
2015/07/24 08:13
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - A Tennessee State University graduate and civil rights advocate is among a dozen people being recognized by the White House for their efforts in protecting the environment and...
2015/07/21 23:29
2015/07/21 23:29
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CRAYONS made with cancer-causing asbestos are the last thing you want your child to be putting their mouth. But an investigation by public health watchdog the EWG Action Fund has found kids’ crayons...
2015/07/19 19:39
2015/07/19 19:39
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Artificial trans fat — a common ingredient in many American foods — is now considered so dangerous the government is banning it. Found in fast foods, pastries and many prepared foods on grocery store...
2015/07/14 20:10
2015/07/14 20:10
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. - A new report by EcoNorthwest, an independent economic analysis firm, estimates that 300,000 acres of toxic land in the Westlands Water District and three adjacent water districts...
2015/07/12 22:20
2015/07/12 22:20
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A fierce food fight has erupted in Congress over the labeling of genetically engineered foods. At the center of the conflict is a bill sponsored by Rep. Mike Pompeo (R-Kan.) that would block state...
2015/07/12 09:45
2015/07/12 09:45
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PHOTO GALLERY: Great Falls/Cascade County Crimestoppers July Most WantedPHOTO GALLERY: Great Falls/Cascade County Crimestoppers July Most Wanted Great Falls/Cascade County Crimestoppers has released...
2015/07/12 05:15
2015/07/12 05:15
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When the Renewable Fuels Standard was expanded in 2007 to mandate the mixing of ethanol into fuel, the hope was it would decrease oil consumption, improve our environment and help the economy. That...
2015/07/11 15:43
2015/07/11 15:43
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Cancer-causing asbestos fibres have been found in some children's crayons featuring popular fantasy characters including Mickey Mouse, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Power Rangers which are...
2015/07/10 23:10
2015/07/10 23:10
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Slain man's parents seek $4.8 million from Washington citySlain man's parents seek $4.8 million from Washington city PASCO, Wash (AP) - The parents of a man shot dead after throwing rocks at police...
2015/07/10 02:58
2015/07/10 02:58
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When 15,273 utility customers in Woodland open their water bills, they will find a letter alerting them that their water exceeds the state standard for a carcinogen called hexavalent chromium, or...
2015/07/07 14:31
2015/07/07 14:31
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Washington — A fierce food fight has erupted in Congress over the labeling of genetically engineered foods. At the center of the conflict is a bill sponsored by Rep. Mike Pompeo, R-Kan., that would...
2015/07/06 13:15
2015/07/06 13:15
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Asbestos continues to kill residents of Allegheny County and Pennsylvania at rates much higher than the national average and in greater numbers nationally than previously thought, according to a new...
2015/07/04 04:03
2015/07/04 04:03
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With summer sun shining brightly across the United States – at least on most days – there is no better time to review the latest sobering findings on the damage that ultraviolet radiation can inflict...
2015/07/30 18:37
2015/07/30 18:37
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