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Rising concern about possible environmental damage from the active ingredients in sunscreens could have ripple effects on public health if it causes people to use less of them.

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NONFICTION: Minneapolis writer Kathryn Savage mourns her father's death and the environmental disasters that affect all of us. "Groundglass" by Kathryn Savage; Coffee House Press (210 pages, $16.95) ——— Kathryn Savage's debut lyric essay "Groundglass" is about mourning — particularly the loss of her father to gastric cancer. Like Joan Didion in "The Year of Magical Thinking," Savage approaches ...

WEDNESDAY, July 13, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- Short-term exposures to extreme heat and air pollution are individually associated with an increased risk for mortality, with an even greater impact seen with coexposure, according to a study published online June 21 in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine.

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