U.S. report urges deeper look into breast cancer's environmental links

By Jim Morris

A new federal report urges enhanced research into potential environmental triggers of breast cancer.

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"… eatment and access to care,” Jeanne Rizzo, co-chair of the committee and president of the San Francisco-based Breast Cancer Fund, said in an interview. “Th …"

Federal regulators have failed to act on toxic chemical, report says

By Chris Hamby

Regulators have done little to protect the public from BPA, critics say

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"… ain products, typically baby bottles and other children’s goods; Canada, China and the European Union have similar restrictions.An industry group, the Am …"

Inkling of concern: Chemicals in tattoo inks face scrutiny

By Brett Israel

New research finds chemicals in tattoo inks: Including some toxic metals, and one of the most potent skin carcinogens

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"… f infection, allergies and scarring, an estimated 45 million people in the United States – including 36 percent of adults in their late 20s –&nb …"

"… lure has spread into the mainstream. An estimated 45 million people in the United States, including more than one-third of people in their late 20s, have at least …"

EPA fails to inform public about weed-killer in drinking water

By Danielle Ivory

An herbicide atrazine has been found in four state, at levels ten times higher than federal safety limits

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"… accurate levels of atrazine in their drinking water,” said Jason Rohr, a specialist in ecotoxicology at the University of South Florida who studies the effect …"