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By MARILYNN MARCHIONE By Marilynn Marchione The Associated Press The largest alternative medicine study the government has ever launched has stopped enrolling people while officials investigate whether participants were fully informed of the risks and are being adequately protected.
By Marilynn Marchione The largest alternative-medicine study the government has ever launched has stopped enrolling people while officials investigate whether participants were fully informed of the risks and are being protected.
Government officials have stopped enrolling people in the largest alternative medicine study ever attempted as they investigate whether participants were fully informed of the risks and are being adequately protected.
CHICAGO, Sept. 25 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 5 recently approved the Michigan Department of Community Health's Lead-based Paint Pre-renovation Education Program.
EcoNugenics announced today that PectaSol, a natural supplement containing modified citrus pectin (MCP) made from citrus peel, provides a safe, natural antidote for lead toxicity in children.
By Deb Kelly, The Tribune-Star, Terre Haute, Ind. Aug. 4--Families in the Wabash Valley who suspect or who know their child has lead poisoning have several resources to turn to. The first point of contact should be the local county health department in the county where the family lives.
Maybe it's because he's a dedicated father of two daughters; or maybe it's because as an integrative physician who specializes in treating cancer, he has seen the ravaging toll that toxic metals have taken on the health of his patients. Whatever his inspiration, Isaac Eliaz, M.D.
EcoNugenics announces the results of a collaborative study with the U.S.
By Mary E. O'Leary, New Haven Register, Conn. Jul. 17--NEW HAVEN -- City officials Wednesday were critical of The Community Builders for failing to put its tenants on notice its apartments may contain lead paint, and they told residents to contact the city should they have concerns.
Millions of pounds of lead used in hunting, fishing and shooting sports wind up in the environment each year and can threaten or kill wildlife, according to a new scientific report.
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