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1 in 5 New York City Fire Department’s 9/11 first responders developed cancer. Yet their mental health quality of life is above average.
High ozone levels in polluted air are linked to an increased risk for uterine fibroids among Black women.
“Some people who are experiencing COVID-19 are more susceptible due to the impacts of air pollution."
Certain substances found in tap water can affect a person’s risk of developing hard deposits of minerals and salts in the kidney.
Even though the bright yellow of the pollutants has faded from the river, health problems associated with the disaster could remain for years...
Nearly 10 percent of beaches in the U.S. have so many pathogens in their waters that they are considered unsafe by EPA standards.
When it comes to your kid’s brain development, don’t breathe easy.
In the wake of the Trayvon Martin shooting, many folks have noted the alarming rates of gun violence deaths for black children.
People who live in urban areas with lots of pollution also have higher blood pressure.
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