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Powerful new study shows radiogenic risks of leukemia 50% greater than previously thought

Today’s post is by Dr. Ian Fairlie, reposted with permission from his blog here.

In 2013, I discussed several epidemiological studies providing good evidence of radiogenic risks at very low exposure levels. 1,104 more words

Dr. Ian Fairlie

24 June 2015 - climate change, health and nutrition - what works? two new reports

Two new reports look at issues connected with climate change, health and nutrition, albeit from slightly different perspectives. The first, published by the Lancet/UCL Commission, examines climate change and the policy response to protect public health.  121 more words

Sustainable Diets

Doctors/Public Health prescription for healthier planet

Some top international doctors and public health experts have issued an urgent prescription for a feverish planet Earth: Get off coal as soon as possible.

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Killing us softly, lindane ... scooting through the headlines

Since being published, this article has undergone some editing due to further research by the author which questioned some of the original text. In the interests of honesty and transparency, the amended sections appear at the bottom of the piece. 1,462 more words

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Editors of World’s Most Prestigious Medical Journals: “Much of the Scientific Literature, Perhaps HALF, May Simply Be Untrue"...

Lancet and the New England Journal of Medicine are the two most prestigious medical journals in the world.

It is therefore striking that their chief editors have both publicly written that corruption is undermining science. 433 more words

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“Much of the Scientific Literature, Perhaps HALF, May Simply Be Untrue"

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Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup #181

The Week That Was: May 30, 2015-  Brought to You by www.sepp.org

By Ken Haapala, President, Science and Environmental Policy Project (SEPP)
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CAGW Alarmism

Sure of you: book review in the Lancet

 

If home is where the heart is, it makes sense that Pretend Friends is set in a home with a verdant garden, furnished with a picket fence, where conversations take place. 405 more words

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