Toxicology Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. CTPA Responds to 'Harmful' Organic Ingredient ClaimsRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 13 | Global Cosmetic Industry

    According to the Soil Association, a number of products labeled as "natural" or " organic " contain potentially harmful cosmetic ingredients forbidden in products carrying independent organic certifications. The "Come Clean About Beauty" report enlisted an independent toxicologist to identify the chemicals.

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  2. The Aftermath of a Deadly Mushroom Bloom in CaliforniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 13 | The Atlantic

    It's been a good year for rain in California, which means it's been a good year for mushrooms. Which also means it has not been a good year when it comes to mushroom poisonings.

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  3. Grilled meat might increase risk of cancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 11 | Journal Gazette

    The warm evenings of summer are prime time for grilling. But this all-American ritual may also raise health risks - particularly if the grill is loaded up with hamburgers and hot dogs.

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  4. Lynnwood set to make final decision Monday on Meadowdale PlayfieldsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 10 | My Edmonds

    The Meadowdale Playfields project team prepares to present to the Lynnwood City Council. School Board President Susan Phillips was also present, sitting to the right of Lynnwood Mayor Nicola Smith at the far end of the table.

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  5. Up to 3/4 of lice population now resistant to conventional treatmentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 9 | WWLP

    Lice has become resistant to conventional shampoo treatments. A study of lice by UMass Amherst pesticide toxicologist John Marshall found that 2/3 to 3/4 of lice are now immune to conventional treatments, and are classified as "super lice."

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  6. Suits must lead to real helpRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 8 | Toledo Blade

    The cities of Dayton and Lorain punched the opiate painkiller industry in the mouth this week, filing lawsuits against selected pharmaceuticals, distributors, and some doctors. Theirs is an aggressive, proactive attempt to hold the industry accountable for its role in an overdose epidemic that seemingly grows more horrible each day.

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  7. Does barbecuing meat cause cancer? Maybe, maybe notRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 8 | The New Zealand Herald

    On the go and no time to finish that story right now? Your News is the place for you to save content to read later from any device. Register with us and content you save will appear here so you can access them to read later.

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  8. NATO member-states to be sued for 1999 attack on SerbiaRead the original story w/Photo

    May 22, 2017 | B92

    A legal team is being put together in order to file lawsuits against NATO countries that took part in the 1999 bombing of Serbia . Sputnik is reporting that the forming of the team has been proposed by the Serbian Royal Academy and is planned to bring together the best lawyers from Serbia, but also from EU states, Russia, China, and India.

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  9. Medical Examiner: 2 Bullets Hit Castile InaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 7 | KELO-TV Sioux Falls

    The jury hearing the manslaughter trial of a Minnesota police officer is seeing graphic autopsy photos of a black man who was fatally shot last July. Hennepin County Chief Medical Examiner Andrew Baker testified Wednesday that Philando Castile was hit by five of seven bullets fired by St. Anthony police Officer Jeronimo Yanez.

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  10. Do we finally know whether grilled meat causes cancer?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 7 | Chicago Tribune

    The warm evenings of summer are prime time for grilling. But this all-American ritual may also raise health risks - particularly if the grill is loaded up with hamburgers and hot dogs.

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  11. Toxic algae in Detroit Lake prompts health advisoryRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 6 | News-Register

    The Oregon Health Authority issued the warning Friday after tests found toxin levels of blue-green algae that can be harmful to humans and animals. Public health toxicologist David Farrer tells the Statesman Journal that the toxic bloom is in the Heater Creek arm of the reservoir located east of Salem.

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  12. Australia's worst landlords exposed on websiteRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 5 | Daily Mail

    'Blocked sewer pipe? Don't use toilet paper': Australia's worst landlords exposed on new website that details renters' horror stories The site features images of properties that reportedly have dodgy landlords and living conditions including mould, rotting beams, flood damage and pests Mould, rotting roof beams and possum and rat infestations are just some of the problems tenants have shared on a website shaming the worst rental properties. The website Don't Rent Me features property reviews from around Australia, detailing the conditions tenants claim they have been forced to live in.

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  13. Frequent swims in Kam Lake probably not good for pets, says veterinary toxicologistRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 5 | CBC News

    ... less than half of what was found nearly three decades ago. Alberta's Dr. Robert Coppock, an expert in veterinary toxicology, said prolonged exposure from drinking or playing in water with elevated arsenic concentrations, like those found in Kam ...

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  14. Another Trump environmental outrage that was under the radar | EditorialRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 5 | NJ.com

    Even before he pulled the plug on the Paris Climate accord, there was an equally chilling assault on science waged by President Trump. It was orchestrated by Scott Pruitt, the director of the Environmental Protection Agency who recently decided that the agency responsible for protecting the environment and human health should be recast as a steward for the fossil fuel and chemical industries.

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  15. Evidence grows linking grilled meat and cancer, but you can lower the riskRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 2 | The Washington Post

    The warm evenings of summer are prime time for grilling. But this all-American ritual may also raise health risks - particularly if the grill is loaded up with hamburgers and hot dogs.

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  16. Cutting the EPA Is Not Just Politics. It's Life and DeathRead the original story w/Photo

    May 26, 2017 | Time

    Oge, who served as the director of the EPA's Office of Transportation and Air Quality from 1994 to 2012, is the author of Driving the Future: Combating Climate Change with Cleaner, Smarter Cars . The Trump Administration's 2018 budget proposal takes direct aim at the Environmental Protection Agency.

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  17. Pe a: MicroplasticsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 25, 2017 | Sun-Star

    PLASTIC waste in our oceans is really a big problem. To show how serious it is, there's recent news about a remote and uninhabited island littered with plastic.

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  18. EFSA dismissed glyphosate cancer study after unsupported 'viral infection' slur of ex-EPA officialRead the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2017 | The Ecologist

    A 2001 study that showed that glyphosate caused cancer in mice was ignored by the EFSA after the unsubstantiated allegation of a former US-EPA official that the mice used in the study were suffering from a viral infection that might have given them cancer, writes Claire Robinson. The EFSA failed to investigate the allegation, which appears to originate in a document linked to Monsanto, maker of the world's top-selling herbicide, glyphosate-based Roundup.

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  19. Swedish shoppers' baskets filled with healthier foods, survey findsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 23, 2017 | Food Industry

    Consumers in Sweden are eating healthier compared to five years ago as a survey finds an overall decrease in sugar and salt intake whilst consumption of healthy fats and vitamin D have increased. The survey, commissioned by the Swedish National Food Agency , also found that whilst the intakes of most minerals are in line with national recommendations, apart from iodine intake which was below.

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  20. New, highly-detailed hay fever map of Britain may help allergy sufferers avoid hotspotsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 21, 2017 | Medical News

    A hay fever map of Britain - with the first ever guide to the location of plants in the UK that can trigger the allergy - has been produced to help sufferers cope, and warn them which 'hotspots' to avoid. Academics at the University of Exeter's Medical School have produced new, highly-detailed maps of the UK containing the location of key plants and trees known to produce pollen that triggers allergies and asthma.

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