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  • New fracking Compendium lauded in Rolling Stone

    PSR and Concerned Health Professionals of New York proudly release the fifth edition of the Compendium of Scientific, Medical, and Media Findings Demonstrating Risks and Harms of Fracking. The report compiles and summarizes the mounting evidence that fracking and related infrastructure harm health. A major article in Rolling Stone magazine, drawing in part on interviews with PSR experts, called the report "the most authoritative study of its kind." Read the Compendium here. Read the Rolling Stone article here.

  • 2017 Peace Garden Gala

    PSR/Harrisburg held its annual Peace Garden Gala on Wednesday, October 11 at West Shore Country Club. Council for a Livable World's John Tierney spoke on "Is the U.S. Going 'Back to the Future' on Nuclear Weapons?"

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  • Historic ban treaty victory at the UN

    On October 27, the world took a giant step toward true nuclear disarmament. In a stunning victory for PSR and our international affiliates IPPNW and ICAN, the UN First Committee adopted resolution L.41 by a vote of 123 nations in favor, 38 opposed (including, unfortunately, the United States) and 16 abstentions. As a result, negotiations will begin in 2017 toward a nuclear weapons ban treaty.

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  • Everyday chemicals cost us billions

    Hormone-disrupting chemicals cost the U.S. $340 billion annually in health care expenses and lost wages. These chemicals can be found in electronics, car seats, makeup and food packaging among other consumer products. Learn more about hormone disruptors and tips to reduce exposure here.

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  • PSR Harrisburg Public Meeting
    April 11, 2018

    Speaker is Dr Alan Peterson, Emeritus Director of Environmental and Community Medicine, Lancaster General Health. He will speak on "Fracking Near and Far." Public welcome.

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