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Rachel Carson knew she was dying as she wrote fondly to her friend, Dorothy Freeman, of their time together. “But most of all, I shall remember the Monarchs.”
In a recent study, researchers at George Washington University discovered 45 toxic chemicals that are commonly found in your house dust, with 10 of them lurking in 90% of homes across the country.
Environmental Health News reporters to the heart of hog production—North Carolina and Iowa, the two highest producing states—to see firsthand how the booming industry is re-shaping the rural U.S.