05/20/2018 / By Tracey Watson

There has been a loud outcry in recent years against the use of chemical weapons in countries like Iraq and

http://www.toxins.news/2018-05-20-bayer-still-refuses-to-take-responsibility-for-developing-the-poison-gas-used-during-world-war-i.html

05/19/2018 / By Edsel Cook

The population of Borroloola, a remote mining town in central northern Australia, got the shock of their lives when they

http://www.toxins.news/2018-05-19-australia-mining-town-blood-test-water-supply-heavy-metals.html

05/19/2018 / By Edsel Cook

The American Fork Canyon in Utah is drawing in more people who enjoy its great beauty. But the U.S. Environmental

http://www.toxins.news/2018-05-19-epa-soil-in-the-upper-american-fork-canyon-contain-high-levels-of-arsenic-lead-mercury.html

05/17/2018 / By Vicki Batts

After much fanfare, a state appeals court has ruled that California can list glyphosate as a carcinogen — and that

http://www.toxins.news/2018-05-17-appeals-court-ca-can-list-the-herbicide-glyphosate-as-a-carcinogen.html

05/17/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Are your children being exposed to toxins that could cause brain development disorders? A review published in Endocrine Connections determined that there

http://www.toxins.news/2018-05-17-numerous-common-chemicals-found-to-interrupt-thyroid-hormones-disrupt-brain-development-in-fetuses-and-young-children.html

05/16/2018 / By Carol Anderson

If it is frustrating that many privately-owned chemical companies across the globe are damaging the environment and threatening our health, it’s

http://www.toxins.news/2018-05-16-chemical-company-in-china-found-to-be-illegally-dumping-toxic-chemical-waste.html

05/16/2018 / By Edsel Cook

The Indonesian city of Bandung is facing a foe that local government officials fear they cannot overcome: Plastic trash. In

http://www.toxins.news/2018-05-16-plastic-pollution-in-bandung-indonesia-has-reached-critical-levels.html

05/16/2018 / By Edsel Cook

During flights, every breath you take inside an airliner’s passenger cabin fills your lungs with air taken directly from the

http://www.toxins.news/2018-05-16-breathe-in-highly-toxic-jet-engine-air-every-time-you-travel.html

05/15/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

If the top cancer research agency in the world links one of your products to cancer, what should you do?

http://www.toxins.news/2018-05-15-kraft-scientist-email-iarc-killing-us.html

05/15/2018 / By David Williams

Water pollution is a serious problem in many parts of the world. It’s particularly dangerous in places where toxic chemicals

http://www.toxins.news/2018-05-15-aquatic-moss-capable-of-removing-arsenic-from-contaminated-water.html

05/15/2018 / By Jessica Dolores

There was a time when the sea was the go-to place for keeping the body clean and catching fresh fish

http://www.toxins.news/2018-05-15-with-plastic-pollution-in-the-oceans-at-16xs-more-than-previously-thought-is-it-even-possible-to-clean-it-up.html

05/14/2018 / By Janine Acero

Composting is known to be an environment-friendly practice of waste disposal. However, one study published in Science Advances suggests that

http://www.toxins.news/2018-05-14-the-need-to-carefully-cull-compost-research-suggests-microplastics-may-be-entering-freshwater-and-soil-from-contaminated-compost.html

05/14/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

If it seems like you’ve been hearing more about traumatic brain injury in the news lately, it’s because this type

http://www.toxins.news/2018-05-14-mit-study-says-that-thanks-to-roundup-our-brains-dont-heal-as-fast.html

05/13/2018 / By Edsel Cook

The good news for Fayetteville, North Carolina is that there is no GenX in their public drinking water supply despite

http://www.toxins.news/2018-05-13-tap-water-in-fayetteville-north-carolina-tainted-with-carcinogen-new-analysis-reveals.html

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