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2015/07/30 00:36
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A crew from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says a University of South Dakota building that's been the source of health complaints from employees can be occupied. University officials...
2015/07/30 00:36
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2015/07/29 20:37
2015/07/29 20:37
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A review of conditions in Noteboom Hall at the University of South Dakota found the building's ventilation system is inadequate. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health was called...
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2015/07/29 06:08
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The disposal and recycling of electronic devices has increased exposure to lead and other toxicants and created "an emerging health concern," according to a pediatrician who directs the Environmental...
2015/07/22 03:41
2015/07/22 03:41
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A Kansas City filmmaker re-ignited a decades old debate about the safety of so-called "silver fillings." Randall Moore spent five years shooting You Put What In My Mouth?, a documentary following...
2015/07/21 20:18
2015/07/21 20:18
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HOUSTON - A federal report says several factors contributed to the deaths of four Houston firefighters battling a fire in 2013, including the building's construction and an inadequate sprinkler...
2015/07/16 08:26
2015/07/16 08:26
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This is a companion article to my commentary of last week urging Virgin Islands landlords to control mould, which contributes to poor indoor air quality (IAQ). This article provides an overview of...
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2015/07/10 06:09
2015/07/10 06:09
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The jarring motion, weight, noise, dust and strength required to operate this tool would thrash me in minutes. I respect people who work in construction. Anyway, my jackhammer assessment jelled while...
2015/07/10 05:14
2015/07/10 05:14
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The risks firefighters take go beyond what they do on the clock. The job means they're more likely to have a heart attack and get cancer. What they don't know is why. New research is trying to answer...
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...
2015/07/09 20:51
2015/07/09 20:51
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News ReleaseUS Labor Department to host town hall meetings in Texas to assist current and former nuclear weapons workers WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Labor along with other federal agencies...
2015/07/08 13:25
2015/07/08 13:25
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Firefighters are the people who run into a burning building to rescue us. But what if doing exactly that is putting them in danger for major health risks in the future? Sandy Davis worked for the...
2015/07/07 20:18
2015/07/07 20:18
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In March 2014, 51-year-old Joe Ray Sherman, a driver for Now or Never Trucking of Greeley, Colorado, was at work, checking oil in a tank on an oil pad near Kersey, Colorado. To do so, he had to open a...
2015/07/07 10:04
2015/07/07 10:04
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Commentary about business and finance. On May 28, 1971, exactly one month after opening its doors, the already reviled Occupational Safety and Health Administration handed out its first...
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...
2015/07/30 00:36
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