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The Women's Congress for Future Generations

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A Story of Health

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Fracture: Essays, Poems, and stories on fracking in America

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  1. The Case for Government Oversight and Regulation – Summer 2016 Networker

    Networker Volume 21 (4) Summer, 2016   The Case for Government Oversight and Regulation Editor’s note, by Carolyn Raffensperger Is it worth it? I know many activists were asking themselves this question after Congress passed legislation that tweaked our main toxic chemical law, the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA). It was an upgrade, not a…Read More →

  2. Unprecedented Alliance Agrees Toxic Chemicals Are Hurting Brain Development

    An unprecedented alliance of leading scientists, health professionals, and children’s health advocates, including SEHN’s Science Director, Ted Schettler, has come together to publish a consensus statement concluding that scientific evidence supports a causal link between exposures to toxic chemicals in food, air and everyday products and children’s risks for neurodevelopmental disorders.  The alliance, known as…Read More →

  3. Change isn’t easy, but that doesn’t stop you

    Damage to environmental and public health is preventable and should not be an expected outcome of living today.    Dear Friend and Ally,   Last week we sent you a story about St. Louis along the Pine River where more than 8 million Michiganders were poisoned.   This neglected community is just one story of…Read More →

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Recent Blog

  1. Who’s in charge? A book review of “The Toxic Schoolhouse”

    By Kaitlin Butler For more information, to view the press release and to pre-order the book, visit Baywood Publishing Company’s webpage.   Environmental public health has had its forays into the spotlight. Six decades ago, the term “environmental disaster” had people in the US thinking of Love Canal and Chernobyl. Later, maybe Three Mile Island, DDT,…Read More →

  2. Dementia Slows Down: An Unanticipated Benefit of Environmental Policies?

    Dementia Slows Down: An Unanticipated Benefit of Environmental Policies? Ted Schettler Science and Environmental Health Network   The risk of dementia grows as we grow older and since people live longer now than in the past we expect to encounter this dreaded diagnosis more often. Surprisingly though, US and European studies that account for changes…Read More →

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