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August 10, 2015 - printable article

Asbestos found inside kids crayons

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Asbestos - Repeat call for universal ban is issued

November 20, 2010 - Asbestos - Repeat call for universal ban is issued

Saturday, November 20, 2010 by: Amy Chaves, Ph.D.Tags: asbestos, cancer, health news

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Asbestos continues its menacing attack on a global scale

December 04, 2016 -

As reported by Chemical and Engineering News, Serafina Salucci remembers growing up in suburban Sydney, Australia, and, as a 7-year-old, playing with white wall sheeting materials that were left over from her father’s renovation of the family’s garage. She recalls using it like chalk to write on the driveway, and even tossed small pieces of it back and forth with her brothers.

Salucci didn't realize at the time that the sheeting held carcinogenic asbestos fibers ...

Asbestos inspectors in NYC arrested for not doing their jobs

July 26, 2018 -

Rich Lamb of CBS New York affiliate WCBS 880 radio reported that local authorities had arrested multiple asbestos inspectors on the alleged grounds of not doing their jobs. Their negligence is suspected to have exposed construction workers and other people to carcinogenic asbestos fibers.

The 17 suspects had been accused of faking official documents that vouched for the safety of numerous planned construction projects in Manhattan and Staten Island. The ...

Asbestos found in 17 makeup products thanks to one woman’s persistent concerns about child safety

January 10, 2018 -

Kristi Warner works at a law firm that focuses on mass tort asbestos litigation, which means she is all too familiar with asbestos exposure and the damage it can cause. After purchasing a glittery makeup kit for her six-year-old daughter from popular accessories retailer Claire’s, she began to have some doubts about it. She sent the makeup to an independent lab for peace of mind, and their finding shocked her: It contained the cancer-causing tremolite asbestos....

J&J offers almost $9B to settle lawsuits alleging its talc-based baby powder caused cancer

April 06, 2023 - asbestos, which is incidentally found in the same mines where talc for baby powder is obtained. According to studies, inhaling or exposing skin to asbestos can cause a variety of issues for a person.

J&J to replace talc with cornstarch

Back in October 2019, the Food and Drug Administration found trace amounts of asbestos in a bottle of J&J baby powder. Given that it is near impossible to separate trace amounts of asbestos from talc, the ...

WILDFIRE AFTERMATH: Maui residents face new threat from CHEMICAL CONTAMINATION that could linger for months, officials say

August 20, 2023 -

The deadly wildfires have claimed at least 111 lives and destroyed an estimated 2,700 buildings around Lahaina, some of which containing hazardous household wastes, treated wood, paints and other toxic materials. (Related: Maui wildfires burn historic town of Lahaina, kill over 90 Hawaiians with hundreds still missing.)

The Hawaiian Department of Health (DOH) has warned that ash and dust from burned homes and businesses could contain deadly toxic chemicals, such as arsenic, ...

Behind secrecy barriers, EPA begins removal of toxic materials in areas devastated by Maui wildfires

September 12, 2023 - asbestos and lead that can be "inhaled or enter the environment with wind."

The EPA announced that it will remove asbestos and inspect pressurized fuel cylinders like propane tanks that require special handling, particularly if the containers have sustained damage. The agency added that it would dispose of all hazardous chemicals at a safe facility a safe distance from the island.

Hawaii officials gave the EPA access to ...

Young people, middle-aged adults developing cancer at accelerating rate due to ENVIRONMENTAL CARCINOGENS

August 10, 2023 - asbestos, arsenic, benzene, and heavy metals, which may increase cancer risk," reports further warn.

There are different classes of chemicals, according to the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), which ranks them in groups. Group 1 carcinogens include those that IARC has identified as having a definitive carcinogenic risk to humans:

It should also be noted that alcohol, including beer and hard liquor, is another ...

Government report finds that fluoride lowers children’s IQ – bureaucrats quickly bury it

March 22, 2023 - asbestos-contaminated talc baby powder.

Just like with that blocked study, Levine, in this case, wanted to stop the public from learning the ugly truth about fluoride, which is added to most municipal water supplies across the U.S. Most other countries, comparatively, do not add fluoride to their water supplies.

The meta-analysis determined that 52 out of the 55 studies looked at definitely linked fluoride exposure to reduced IQ. Of the 19 studies deemed ...

Vice Media implodes, will stop publishing content on its propaganda-filled woke website

6 days ago -

CEO Bruce Dixon told employees in a memo: “It is no longer cost effective to distribute our digital content the way we have done previously.”

Vice was founded in the 1990s and prided itself on its irreverent brand of gonzo journalism. Although the outlet and its reputation have evolved in some ways since its inception, it has remained overwhelmingly degenerate and struggled greatly in recent months.

Former writer Harry Cheadle described Vice in a piece for The New Republic ...

Canada’s WILDFIRES choke Miami and South Florida with smoky air and haze

October 09, 2023 - asbestos sidings.

University of California San Francisco (UCSF) professors of medicine Dr. Arianne Teherani and Dr. Sheri Weiser explain that the bulk of wildfire smoke is composed of particulate matter, which is about 30 times smaller than a human hair. Exposures to these fine particles can affect both healthy people and those with pre-existing medical conditions.

Healthy people exposed to high concentrations of air particulate pollution for days or weeks ...

Over 2,000 residents ordered to evacuate after fire erupts at Indiana plastic recycling plant and spews toxic chemicals into the air

April 14, 2023 - asbestos, according to Jason Sewell, an on-scene coordinator for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

"Probably the worst thing you can do if you have debris in your yard would be to mow and break up that material," Sewell said, because that would raise the risk of inhaling it. "Don't disturb the debris for now. Avoid mowing until we come out with more instructions on outdoor cleanup," he added.Snow insists factory owner needs to take responsibility for ...

Study: Toxic FOREVER CHEMICALS are found in many cosmetics

July 25, 2023 - asbestos. The agency has also warned of hazardous levels of lead in kohl eyeliners.Cosmetics and personal care products lack government oversight

Chemicals and contaminants linked to cancer can be found in food, water and many other everyday products. But no category of consumer products is subject to less government oversight than cosmetics and other personal care products, said Scott Faber, EWG senior vice president of government affairs.

The California Safe ...

POISONED WATER: How Rachel Levine tried to block the nasty truth about fluoridation’s devastating effect on childhood IQs

May 30, 2023 - asbestos-contaminated talc. Talc industry groups conducted an aggressive lobbying campaign, enlisting friendly congresspeople to intervene. FAN was able to force today’s release of the NTP report by using leverage from the ongoing lawsuit against the EPA.

Fluoridation defenders have falsely claimed draft versions of the report had been “rejected” by a National Academies committee. In fact, the committee recommended that NTP clarify their methods and reasoning for reaching ...

Talcum powder as dangerous as asbestos

December 02, 2008 - printable article

Talcum powder as dangerous as asbestos

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Talcum powder as dangerous as asbestos

December 02, 2008 - Talcum powder as dangerous as asbestos

Tuesday, December 02, 2008 by: Lynn BerryTags: talcum powder, health news, Natural News

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