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Outdoor air pollution is a risk factor for prostate, colorectal, breast and endometrial cancers in some older adults.
Some chemicals can increase the risk of cancer, damage immune systems, cause metabolic disorders and decrease fertility.
Targeted emissions reductions could reduce these pollution disparities, which likely contribute to health disparities.
Another study found that children with fatty liver disease are at high risk for diabetes.
A sterilization plant in Texas emits large amounts of ethylene oxide, which increases the risk of leukemia, especially in children.
Abdominal obesity worsened the impact of air pollution on MAFLD development.
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.
Michael Whitley, 43, has a can-do attitude that helps him navigate a complex path through metastatic kidney cancer.
Four years after a facility disclosed water contamination, locals are using bottled water to cook and battling cancer.
DNA sequencing technology helps explore the effects of radiation from the Chernobyl nuclear disaster on human health.
People within 30 miles of a refinery have higher rates of several cancers.
“Some people who are experiencing COVID-19 are more susceptible due to the impacts of air pollution."
A new report from the Environmental Working Group calls out the unintended health effects of water and agricultural pollution.
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