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$71 Million for More Cops; Not A Dime for Jobs and Healthcare

The Real News Network Published on Jan 8, 2020 Operation Relentless Pursuit is a Department of Justice initiative to combat crime through a “surge in federal resources.” We talked with Brandon Walker of the Ujima People’s Progress Party about what’s … Continue reading

Sweden Provides Free Higher Education, Universal Healthcare, Free Daycare — W hy Can’t the U.S.?

Democracy Now! Dec 5, 2019 Medicare for All and tuition-free universities have been at the core of the 2020 Democratic presidential campaigns, creating a stark division between progressive candidates and their centrist counterparts. Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren have … Continue reading

Why Do We Use So Many Antibiotics On Healthy Animals To Grow Meat On American Factory Farms?

The Real Truth About Health Dec 1, 2019 Why Do We Use So Many Antibiotics On Healthy Animals To Grow Meat On American Factory Farms? By David Wallinga David Wallinga, the Food Dr., is a physician who’s spent his career … Continue reading

EPA to Restrict Scientific Research Used to Write Public Health Regulations

Nov 12, 2019 The Environmental Protection Agency plans to restrict the scientific research that the federal government uses to write new public health regulations. That’s according to The New York Times, which obtained a draft of new EPA proposals that … Continue reading

Another Flint? Newark, NJ, Faces Public Health Crisis over Lead Contamination in City’s Water Supply

Democracy Now! Published on Sep 12, 2019 Thousands of residents in Newark, New Jersey, remain unable to drink their tap water in an enduring public health nightmare. Lead contamination has plagued the city for years, but lead levels have spiked … Continue reading

‘Fentanyl, Inc.’ Tracks Opioid’s Dark Web Path From China To U.S. Street Corners : Shots – Health News : NPR

https://ondemand.npr.org/anon.npr-mp3/npr/fa/2019/09/20190904_fa_01.mp3 September 4, 20191:04 PM ET Heard on Fresh Air Dave Davies Bags of heroin, some laced with fentanyl, picked up in a 2016 New York City drug bust. “Basically, [fentanyl] is so cheap to produce and it’s so powerful, … Continue reading

Scientists Warn Microplastic Pollution Has Gone Airborne, Threatening Human Health

Aug 15, 2019 A new study finds tiny pieces of plastic pollution permeate the Earth’s atmosphere, falling down to earth in snowfall even in the most remote corners of the globe. Samples taken off the remote Arctic island of Svalbard … Continue reading

New way to find relevant news on our environment and health – The Daily Climate

EHN.org launches new map and “Smart Search” to better access its reporting archive; thousands of stories available Douglas Fischer We drink from a firehose of daily information. Now EHN.org has a filter to break the daily news stream into relevant, … Continue reading

Your Law Says No Health Or Environmental Concern Can Interfere With The Placement Of A Cellular

Published on Aug 3, 2019 Your Law Says No Health Or Environmental Concern Can Interfere With The Placement Of A Cellular Antenna Join the discussion with panelists: Brian Clement, Ph.D, Katie Singer, Theodora Scarato Stunningly, the most popular gadget of … Continue reading

Congo Ebola outbreak, a global health emergency

Associated Press Published on Jul 17, 2019 Ebola outbreak in Congo declared international health emergency after more than 1,600 deaths. (July 17)