In the first study of its kind, researchers have found that improved air quality in southern California had a direct effect on children’s respiratory health. The findings point to the effectiveness of smart public health policy — in other words, even as southern California experienced increases in traffic and commerce, aggressive air pollution policies resulted in cleaner air and healthier kids.
A panel of scientific experts convened by the World Health Organization's International Agency for Research on Cancer concluded today that diesel engine exhaust is carcinogenic to humans. Previously, the classification for diesel exhaust had been "probably carcinogenic to humans."
“I want those workers to be as safe as those shrimp” – What we still don’t know about Deepwater Horizon response health impacts
by Elizabeth Grossman “I want this seafood [...]