Journal of the National Medical

  • Matt
  • October 12th, 2020
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Support The Phase Out of Mercury Fillings Around The World

  • caddev
  • August 21st, 2017
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The week of August 20-27 is the 7th Annual Mercury-Free Dentistry Week. Mercury, the most toxic and volatile of the heavy metals, is the main component of dental. Alternatives to amalgam are available in any dental office, and every consumer should demand a non-toxic, non-polluting alternative. To phase out amalgam in North America and worldwide, […]

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A.G. Schneiderman Leads Lawsuit Against Trump EPA For Blocking Vital Rule To Protect NY Communities And First Responders From Chemical Accidents

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  • July 27th, 2017
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11 Attorneys General Sue To Lift Illegal Two-Year Delay In Chemical Accident Safety Rule, Which Would Improve Prevention, Detection, And Response To Explosions, Fires, Poisonous Gas Releases, And Other Chemical Accidents. Last Month, EPA Administrator Pruitt Delayed Critical Rule Until 2019. Over Last 1o Years, More Than 1,500 Reported Accidents Nationwide – Including 30 In […]

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Reflections upon the death of a hero, Dr. Herbert Needleman

  • caddev
  • July 25th, 2017
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The passing of a great doctor and a fine American who shined a light on the injustice of lead poisoning By Dr. Richard Jackson Environmental Health News   At the close of each of my teaching courses at UCLA to young pediatricians and public health students, I focus on the listeners’ own future, and on […]

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Crumbling pipes, tainted water plague black communities

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  • July 15th, 2017
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Troy Lowe, 4, sleeps under the arm of his father, Tory Lowe, in Milwaukee. Troy tested positive for lead poisoning after ingesting the tap water in their home. (Michael M. Santiago/News21) CAMPTI, La. – Deep in the winding mass of crumbling back streets in Campti, Leroy Hayes sets a glass of water from his faucet […]

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