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Rachel's Democracy & Health News #840 -- Mercury

Publication Date:

February 2, 2006


Rachel's summary: Year after year since 1953, researchers have uncovered new evidence that mercury is harming humans and other creatures -- particularly the developing brains of babies. Yet regulators have consistently argued against protecting public health because risk assessments can't prove harm beyond a shadow of a doubt. And so the devastating pollution continues.

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