User: flenvcenter Topic: Environmental Health-Regional
Category: Toxics
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Ex-Mayo chief to lead ASU program 10.12.2009 azcentral.com | business
The former head of the Mayo Clinic will join the faculty of Arizona State University.
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Reckless motorists not bicyclists' only worry 7.12.2009 Custom Search
DEAR EARTHTALK: I ride my bike to work along busy urban streets. Should I be worried about inhaling pollutants from vehicle emissions and other sources?
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Reckless motorists not bicyclists' only worry 7.12.2009 Custom Search
DEAR EARTHTALK: I ride my bike to work along busy urban streets. Should I be worried about inhaling pollutants from vehicle emissions and other sources?
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Guest Commentary: Reform pays in Colorado 5.12.2009 Denver Post: Opinion
Coloradans cannot turn on the television without coming face to face with the health care reform debate in Washington. But with so many conflicting messages from different interest groups, it is hard to know what to believe.
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Health care giant Hospira acquires infection-monitoring firm TheraDoc 5.12.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
A Salt Lake City-based company that provides computer software systems that help hospitals and health clinics monitor and control infections and the use of antibiotics has been acquired by the giant Hospira Inc.
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How school's huge mercury cleanup unfolded 29.11.2009 azcentral.com | news
Agua Fria High School in Avondale was the site of the worst mercury spill in memory in Arizona. EPA documents and other sources provide the first full account of the spill and the cleanup that followed.
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Mike Rosen: I'll have a heterocyclic amines drumstick 26.11.2009 Denver Post: Opinion
WARNING: Read this before you sit down to today's Thanksgiving feast. Actually, there's no real danger. On the contrary, this may set your mind at ease.
Where are all the vaccines? 24.11.2009 Custom Search
From the Nov. 15 edition of the San Antonio Express-News, on the swine flu vaccine:
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Vail Natural Path: How environmental toxins affect fertility 24.11.2009 Vail Colorado: Editorials
VAIL, Colorado - We know, without a doubt, that impaired fertility is on the rise. Currently, one out of every six American couples has problems conceiving a child within the first 12 months of trying. Unfortunately, our toxic environment is playing a large role in declining reproductive health. Taking some precautionary measures prior to conception can both enhance fertility and create a healthier pregnancy and baby. The first question to ask is, "Why is infertility on the rise?" Our exposure to environmental toxins greatly affects our reproductive health. Environmental toxins affect sperm count, movement and morphology. Boys born to mothers with a high burden of toxins can have a lower sperm count and have hypospadias. In women, environmental toxins affect estrogen, progesterone and ovulation, and can cause endometriosis, fibroids and polycystic ovarian syndrome. These toxins are everywhere and have a direct effect on glands and organs, metabolism, and production ...
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Health group finds lead in toys 22.11.2009 Durango Herald
WASHINGTON - Children's toys carrying the Barbie and Disney logos have turned up with high levels of lead in them, according to a California-based advocacy group - a finding that may give consumers pause as they shop for the holiday season.
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State water systems opting for chlorine treatment 19.11.2009 Durango Herald
DENVER - More drinking-water systems across Colorado are treating their water with chlorine following the deadly salmonella outbreak in Alamosa last year. State health officials announced Wednesday that animal waste that seeped into an underground storage tank likely caused the outbreak. The report said that the bacteria may not have grown had Alamosa used chlorine to disinfect its
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Many Colorado water waivers revoked after taint 19.11.2009 Denver Post: Local
Many Colorado water waivers revoked after taint
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Magnesium firm, feds battle in appeals court 19.11.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
Denver » The longstanding battle between government regulators and US Magnesium over toxic chemicals released from the company's plant in Tooele County landed before a federal appeals court on Wednesday.
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Health group finds high lead levels in toys 18.11.2009 Custom Search
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Children's toys carrying the Barbie and Disney logos have turned up with high levels of lead in them, according to a California-based advocacy group -- a finding that may give consumers pause as they shop for the holiday season.
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Incinerator racks up fines for environmental violations 13.11.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
A Massachusetts company will pay fines and underwrite environmental projects as a settlement for numerous violations at its Tooele County hazardous waste incinerator.
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MV passes dispensary moratorium in emergency meeting 11.11.2009 Telluride: News
In a meeting without public comment or debate, the Town of Mountain Village last Tuesday passed an emergency ordinance banning medical marijuana dispensaries. The council has one year to pass regulations on dispensaries or the measure will expire.
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MV passes dispensary moratorium in emergency meeting 11.11.2009 Telluride: News
In a meeting without public comment or debate, the Town of Mountain Village last Tuesday passed an emergency ordinance banning medical marijuana dispensaries. The council has one year to pass regulations on dispensaries or the measure will expire.
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MV passes dispensary moratorium in emergency meeting 11.11.2009 Telluride: News
In a meeting without public comment or debate, the Town of Mountain Village last Tuesday passed an emergency ordinance banning medical marijuana dispensaries. The council has one year to pass regulations on dispensaries or the measure will expire.
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MV passes dispensary moratorium in emergency meeting 11.11.2009 Telluride: News
In a meeting without public comment or debate, the Town of Mountain Village last Tuesday passed an emergency ordinance banning medical marijuana dispensaries. The council has one year to pass regulations on dispensaries or the measure will expire.
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MV passes dispensary moratorium in emergency meeting 11.11.2009 Telluride: News
In a meeting without public comment or debate, the Town of Mountain Village last Tuesday passed an emergency ordinance banning medical marijuana dispensaries. The council has one year to pass regulations on dispensaries or the measure will expire.
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