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Study: Even Tiny Amounts of Fracking Chemicals Can Harm Health

Study: Even Tiny Amounts of Fracking Chemicals Can Harm Health

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New research suggests that even can affect the human endocrine system in ways that are hazardous to health, Lisa Song reports for InsideClimate News.

Smoking: Around the world, , with most occurring in low- or middle income countries, according to a new report from the American Cancer Society and World Lung Foundation, Angela Haupt reports for U.S. News and World Report.

Health Reform: WNYC's Anna Sale offers of next week's Supreme Court hearing on health reform, in just over three minutes.

Cancer Prevention: A , two new studies suggest, but doctors worry about the risk of gastrointestinal bleeding from taking the stomach-irritating medicine every day, Roni Caryn Rabin reports for the New York Times.

Military Mental Health: The Army's inspector general to see if officials dismissed diagnoses of post-traumatic stress disorder to save money, in the wake of the killing of 16 Afghan civilians allegedly by a U.S. soldier, Donna Cassata reports for the Associated Press.

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