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Article ID: 599379

Endocrine Society Expert Can Provide Perspective on Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals, Joint UN-WHO Report

Endocrine Society

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19-Feb-2013 12:00 PM EST
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    15-Feb-2013 3:00 PM EST

Article ID: 599215

Data Challenges the APB on BPA

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Meta-analyses of bisphenol A studies show human exposure is likely to be too low for estrogenic effects.

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13-Feb-2013 5:00 PM EST
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    15-Feb-2013 9:00 AM EST

Article ID: 579591

Cancer Research, Environment and Climate Change, Nutrition, and Mental Health - Upcoming Newswise Theme Wires

Newswise

Newswise invites press release submissions from new and current members for inclusion in our Theme Wires on a variety of topics, including; Cancer Research, Environment and Climate Change, Nutrition, and Mental Health. Each wire is also open for sponsorships to promote your organization’s campaign, product, service, or news.

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15-Feb-2013 9:00 AM EST
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Cancer, Children's Health, Environmental Science, Environmental Health, Family and Parenting, Staff Picks, Healthcare, Infectious Diseases, Public Health, Respiratory Diseases and Disorders, Vaccines, Influenza, Food Science, Health Food, Mental Health, Neuro, Pharmaceutica

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Article ID: 598803

Scientists Solve Mercury Mystery

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

By identifying two genes required for transforming inorganic into organic mercury, which is far more toxic, scientists today have taken a significant step toward protecting human health.

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7-Feb-2013 3:00 PM EST
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    6-Feb-2013 12:05 AM EST

Article ID: 598746

Maternal Exposure to Outdoor Air Pollution Associated with Low Birth Weights Worldwide

University of California, San Francisco (UCSF)

Mothers who are exposed to particulate air pollution of the type emitted by vehicles, urban heating and coal power plants are significantly more likely to bear children of low birth weight, according to an international study led by co-principal investigator Tracey J. Woodruff, PhD, MPH, professor of obstetrics and gynecology and reproductive sciences at UC San Francisco along with Jennifer Parker, PhD, of the National Center for Health Statistics, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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1-Feb-2013 3:15 PM EST
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Article ID: 598757

Health Departments Hindered in Addressing Health Concerns From Animal Production Sites

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Researchers examined the role of local and state health departments in responding to and preventing community-driven concerns associated with animal production sites.

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4-Feb-2013 9:00 AM EST
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Article ID: 598548

Indoor Air Pollution Puts Chinese Women Nonsmokers at Increased Lung Cancer Risk

University at Buffalo

The hazards of breathing outdoor air in some Chinese cities have been well-documented. Now a University at Buffalo study confirms that breathing indoor air also carries significant cancer risks, especially for Chinese women.

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29-Jan-2013 11:05 AM EST
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Article ID: 598519

Climate Change Could Affect Onset and Severity of Flu Seasons

Arizona State University College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

The American public can expect to add earlier and more severe flu seasons to the fallout from climate change, according to a research study published online Jan. 28 in PLOS Currents: Influenza.

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28-Jan-2013 1:30 PM EST
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Article ID: 598420

Female Mice Exposed to BPA by Mothers Show Unexpected Characteristics

University of Michigan

Female mice exposed to Bisphenol A through their mother's diet during gestation and lactation were found to be hyperactive, exhibit spontaneous activity and had leaner body mass than those not exposed to the chemical, researchers at the University of Michigan School of Public Health have discovered.

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24-Jan-2013 12:00 PM EST
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Article ID: 597805

BPA Linked to Potential Adverse Effects on Heart and Kidneys in Children and Adolescents

NYU Langone Health

Exposure to a chemical once used widely in plastic bottles and still found in aluminum cans appears to be associated with a biomarker for higher risk of heart and kidney disease in children and adolescents, according to an analysis of national survey data by NYU School of Medicine researchers published in the January 9, 2013, online issue of Kidney International, a Nature publication.

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4-Jan-2013 3:10 PM EST
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