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Over 400,000 U.S. deaths per year caused by lead exposure
The health risks of lead exposure might be worse than we thought; researchers estimate that it could kill more than 400,000 adults in the U.S. each year.
Diesel exhaust may raise risk of neurological disease
A new study has revealed that men with occupations involving exposure to diesel exhaust could be at greater risk of developing ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease.
Bugs in the basement? Here's why
A new study of arthropods in 50 U.S. homes suggests that their diversity is influenced more by access to the outdoors than the behavior of human residents.
Hair loss most common in summer, fall
Hair loss is most likely to occur in the summer and fall months, a new study suggests. The findings may help to inform treatment efficacy for patients.
High fluoride levels in pregnancy may lower offspring IQ
Women who have higher levels of fluoride in their urine during pregnancy may be more likely to have children with lower intelligence, a new study reports.
Everything you need to know about liver fluke
The liver fluke is a parasite found in the bile ducts and the liver. The condition can cause severe diseases in a range of animals, although it does not infect many people in the United States. This MNT Knowledge Center article looks at the symptoms and diseases they can cause and preventing the infection.
16-year study suggests air temperature is external trigger for heart attack
A 16 year study in more than 280 000 patients has suggested that air temperature is an external trigger for heart attack. The findings were presented at the ESC Congress.
Could lithium help to prevent dementia?
A study of more than 800,000 people in Denmark finds that those exposed to higher levels of lithium in drinking water were at lower risk of dementia.
Air pollution linked to cardiovascular disease; air purifiers may lessen impact
Exposure to high levels of air pollution increased stress hormone levels and negative metabolic changes in otherwise healthy, young adults in a recent study conducted in China.
Highly hazardous pesticides: Policies should focus on bans, rather than secure storage, studies suggest
Global policies on access to highly hazardous pesticides - commonly ingested in acts of self-poisoning and suicide in rural Asia - should focus on national bans, rather than safe storage, according...
Researchers discover potentially harmful nanoparticles produced through burning coal
Environmental scientists led by the Virginia Tech College of Science have discovered that the burning of coal produces incredibly small particles of a highly unusual form of titanium oxide.
Millions may face protein deficiency as a result of human-caused carbon dioxide emissions
If CO2 levels continue to rise as projected, the populations of 18 countries may lose more than 5% of their dietary protein by 2050 due to a decline in the nutritional value of rice, wheat, and other...
What happens if you drink too much water?
People who are athletic, older, or pregnant may need to drink extra water. However, drinking too much can lead to water intoxication, which can cause symptoms as severe as seizures and brain damage. It may even be fatal, when sodium levels fall too low. Here, learn about symptoms, causes, and who has the highest risk.
Researchers offer new and novel paradigm for advancing research on beneficial microbes
While beneficial microbes are becoming a more common tool in agriculture, their effectiveness in the field is severely blunted thanks to real-world environmental stressors like heat and drought...
Rush hour pollution may be more dangerous than you think
The first in-car measurements of exposure to pollutants that cause oxidative stress during rush hour commutes has turned up potentially alarming results.
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