User: flenvcenter Topic: Environmental Health-Regional
Category: Toxics
Last updated: Feb 20 2018 23:58 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Will coffee come with a cancer warning? 20.2.2018 Denver Post: Opinion
You've probably seen the bemused headlines: "Coffee in California may soon come with a spoonful of cancer warnings." There's wacky California, doing its liberalism-through-regulation schtick again.
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Maharashtra steps up efforts: Gadchiroli leads in vasectomies 5.2.2018 Pune – The Indian Express
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Coffee in California may soon come with a spoonful of cancer warnings 4.2.2018 Denver Post: Business
Starbucks will probably develop more subtle language if a California judge decides that coffee shops, convenience stores and other places that sell hot caffeinated beverages have violated a state law that requires businesses to provide "clear and reasonable warning" about chemicals known to cause cancer.
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E-cigarettes may lead to cancer and heart disease, new study finds 30.1.2018 Denver Post: National News Headlines
E-cigarette users are possibly putting themselves at risk for developing heart disease, lung and bladder cancers, according to a new report. The findings, though preliminary, indicate that the devices-which aerosolize nicotine and contain no tobacco-may not be as safe as previously assumed.
First findings from air monitoring near oil, gas wells in Battlement Mesa show “minimal impact” 17.1.2018 Denver Post: News: Local
Data collected since March at Ursa's new oil and gas wells in Battlement Mesa show minimal impact to air quality and human health.
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Mikaela Shiffrin continues on epic roll, claiming third win in six days and seventh in last eight races 6.1.2018 Headlines: All Headlines
The women's World Cup season isn't even halfway over, but EagleVail's Mikaela Shiffrin already has such a massive lead in the overall standings that she can be choosy about skipping speed-event weekends to rest and train without putting her lead in jeopardy if she wants.
Before the next Mumbai nightmare 30.12.2017 Columns – The Indian Express
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Eagle poisoned with lead treated at animal rehab center in Washington 7.12.2017 Denver Post: National News Headlines
The animal experts could tell there was something off with the adult bald eagle as soon as it was brought in to City Wildlife, a rehabilitation center in Northwest Washington.
Bryan Singer responds to firing from Bohemian Rhapsody 5.12.2017 Entertainment – The Indian Express
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Report: Proposed U.S. cuts to AIDS funding could cause millions of deaths 2.12.2017 Denver Post: National News Headlines
The State Department is trumpeting U.S. progress combating HIV and AIDS worldwide, but NGOs warn that the Trump administration's plans to slash AIDS funding could lead to millions more infected, with many dying.
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PHOTOS: Celebrity deaths of 2017 2.12.2017 Denver Post: Entertainment
Here are just a few of the famous people that passed away in 2017.
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CU Boulder to lead Pac-12 study of student-athlete concussions 17.11.2017 Denver Post: Local
The University of Colorado has been selected to lead the Pac-12 Conference's new initiative to use eye-tracking technology to better understand traumatic head injuries in student athletes.
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Maharashtra wants policy to help differently-abled students: SPPU plans to lead initiative 15.11.2017 Pune – The Indian Express
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Mobile lab responds to Erie residents’ complaints about oil, gas operations 7.11.2017 Denver Post: News: Local
The state's Oil and Gas Health Information and Response Group has dispatched a monitoring truck to a spot in Erie where more than a hundred complaints about odors have been logged.
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Toxins in widespread use excluded from EPA chemical review 26.10.2017 Denver Post: National News Headlines
Spurred by the chemical industry, President Donald Trump's administration is retreating from a congressionally mandated review of some of the most dangerous chemicals in public use: millions of tons of asbestos, flame retardants and other toxins in homes, offices and industrial plants across the United States.
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Colorado health officials mull tougher rule for oil and gas facilities to cut smog 21.10.2017 Denver Post: News: Local
Colorado officials under pressure to cut Front Range air pollution weigh tougher rules for oil and gas industry.
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Pollution kills 9 million people each year, new study finds 20.10.2017 Headlines: All Headlines
Pollution around the globe now contributes to an estimated 9 million deaths annually - or roughly one in six - according to an in-depth new study published Thursday in the Lancet.
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Trump’s health subsidy shutdown could lead to free insurance 19.10.2017 Denver Post: Business
If President Donald Trump prevails in shutting down a major "Obamacare" health insurance subsidy, it would have the unintended consequence of making free basic coverage available to more people, and making upper-tier plans more affordable.
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Colorado’s top insurance regulator says Trump’s health care executive order “will cause problems” 13.10.2017 Headlines: All Headlines
Colorado Insurance Commissioner Marguerite Salazar said President Donald Trump's executive order on health care could lead to skimpier coverage and higher costs for the sick.
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Central Park development in Highlands Ranch shaping up to have healthy living theme 13.10.2017 Denver Post: Local
Central Park in Highlands Ranch is beginning to open retail sites, starting with Barre3, a barre fitness studio. Many of the confirmed businesses have a health-centric focus.
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