But does using talcum powder really cause ovarian cancer?
Asbestos makes the list, but the others are less well known. And the big question remains: will the agency be able to keep doing this under President Trump?
The toxic fiber casts a dark shadow.
VICE reporter Milène Larsson investigates why the deadly industry of mining and selling asbestos—a known carcinogen that kills more than 100,000 people a year—is still going strong.
This installment of a four-part investigation published with the Center for Public Integrity looks at how, stung by lawsuits, the automaker hired consultants to change the narrative on the risks of asbestos brakes.
The university has pulled the paper from the website, but critics say it shows big business has taken over academics.
Asbestos, Quebec, was once home to the largest asbestos mine in the world.
Congress is currently considering amendments to the Toxic Substances Control Act — and, if passed, they could seriously undermine public health and environmental protections.
Shipbreaking Platform, an NGO which advocates for laborers' rights, has called the work