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Glyphosate Study Finds “strong evidence” of Five out of Ten Key Indicators for Cancer Hazard

Glyphosate Study Finds “strong evidence” of Five out of Ten Key Indicators for Cancer Hazard Editors Note: Pesticide Action Network: What’s On Your Food Database lists most foods and pesticide residuals, see article in News below.  A new systematic review of studies on glyphosate finds “strong evidence” that the weed-killing chemical has five out of ten key indicators for cancer hazard. […]

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Fish Near Fukushima Contained Radioactive Cesium 180 Times Over Japan’s Limit

Fish Near Fukushima Contained Radioactive Cesium 180 Times Over Japan’s Limit The fish was caught near a drainage outlet where water from melted nuclear reactors flows—some of the same water that is to be treated and released from the power plant starting next month. JULIA CONLEY Jul 24, 2023 With the Tokyo Electric Power Company

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CDC finds toxic weedkiller in 87 percent of children tested

EWG: CDC finds toxic weedkiller in 87 percent of children tested WASHINGTON – About 87 percent of 650 children tested had detectable levels of the ubiquitous and toxic herbicide glyphosate in their urine, according to a new analysis by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Food is the main route of exposure to glyphosate for

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Sonoma Gets Its (Toxics) Closeup: What’s On Those Vines? by Pam Strayer

Wine industry can’t be embarrassed enough to change their practices, little changes. It is important to know what is in our wine. We are reposting in case you missed it the first time. Thanks to Pam and her hard work…and for sharing. Has anything changed since this was written?  Here is an eye opening assessment report on

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EPA Sued Over Failure to Regulate Neonic-Coated Seeds Harmful to Bees and Songbirds

EPA Sued Over Failure to Regulate Neonic-Coated Seeds Harmful to Bees and Songbirds “For too long, EPA has allowed pesticide-coated seeds to jeopardize threatened and endangered species across the country,” said one advocate. COMMONDREAMS: JULIA CONLEY Jun 02, 2023 Two public health groups filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday, demanding

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