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In a study of non-metal miners in the United States, federal government scientists reported that heavy exposure to diesel exhaust increased risk of death from lung cancer.
BP has announced a settlement with the Plaintiff's Steering Committee that it says will resolve a number of economic loss and medical claims awsuits stemming from the Deepwater Horizon accident and oil spill.
People whose jobs require them to sit at a desk all day may be at greater risk of heart disease, say researchers at St. Louis University Medical Center.
A new study by researchers at Johns Hopkins Medical Institution found that people with mild hearing loss were more likely to have a history of falling than those with no hearing loss.
As with so many movements these days, a campaign to oppose the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline has gone online, in the form of a petition that pits a Texas farmer against a giant oil company.
The U.S. Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Division has announced a 14-day extension of the comment period for its proposed rule to provide minimum wage and overtime protections for nearly 2 million workers who provide in-home care services.
A compound in citrus fruits may reduce stroke risk, according to research reported in Stroke: Journal of the American Heart Association.
Both OSHA and NIOSH are issuing warnings regarding the risk for death from bathtub refinishing using methylene chloride strippers.
Medicare recipients currently receiving mental health outpatient services will be affected by the payroll tax legislation passed by Congress last week.
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