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The EPA is set to limit PFAS—linked to cancer risk—in drinking water to barely detectable levels. Can water utilities meet the standard?
PFAS, which don’t break down in the environment and can build up in the body, have been associated with health problems such as cancer.
Researchers saw the largest increases in breast cancer incidence among women who had higher particulate matter levels near their home.
Black people are at greater risk of developing severe liver fibrosis. A study suggests ways to mitigate that risk.
Structural racism and lack of health care access contribute to Black men’s poorer post-surgery outcomes.
Black men living in rural areas were at greatest risk for heart failure.
Grants will fund projects that focus on disproportionately affected areas.
Latino and Black adolescents with darker skin tones are more likely to be lacking in the “sunshine vitamin.”
Regardless of neighborhood income, Black and Latino children are more likely to develop wheezing.
COVID-19 paired with treatable chronic diseases has led to the lowest life expectancy for Black and brown Chicagoans in decades.
Death rates declined in most cancer types, especially in lung and stomach cancer cases.
People who are easily angered exhibit a stronger connection between three areas of the brain and certain brain networks related to action.
While majority-white communities saw cleaner air throughout much of 2020 and 2021, Black and brown populations have not been so fortunate.
Four years after a facility disclosed water contamination, locals are using bottled water to cook and battling cancer.
A study by the University of California San Francisco focuses on the global impact of climate change for major cancers.
Those who reported either an increase or decrease in imbibing were more likely to experience stress and anxiety.
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