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  • Book Review: Life in the Balance Life in the Balance

    Book Review: Life in the Balance: A Physician's Memoir of Life, Love, and Loss with Parkinson's Disease and Dementia Read more »

  • Cooking the Earth

    "Cooking the Earth," PSR’s handsome new slide show, describes how coal increases global warming and how that warming threatens human health. 40 slides. Read more »

  • Dirty, Dangerous and Expensive: The Truth About Nuclear Power

    The nuclear industry seeks to revitalize itself by manipulating the public’s concerns about global warming and energy insecurity to promote nuclear power as a clean and safe way to curb emissions of greenhouse gases and reduce dependence on foreign energy resources. Read more »

  • Letter to President Obama on Coal Ash

    A letter from 840 health professionals to the Obama Administration expressing the public health concerns relating to inadequate disposal of coal ash. Read more »

  • Code Black Toolkit

    Code Black is PSR’s program to inform health professionals about the multiple threats that coal poses to public health, and to help health professionals strengthen local efforts to oppose and defeat the approval or licensing of new coal-fired plants. Read more »

  • Generations at Risk

    Of the more than 80,000 synthetic chemicals in commercial use today, only a small fraction have been adequately examined for toxic effects in humans and other life forms. Read more »

  • Bad Actor Chemicals: As Featured in the 2010 TOXIE Awards

    The chemical industry attempts to cast doubt on the legitimate, peer-reviewed research that indicts toxic chemicals. The more people know about these "bad actors," the more they will insist that California’s Green Chemistry program be strong enough to phase out these chemicals quickly and replace them with safer products or processes. Read more »

  • Video: Dr. Jeff Patterson on Democracy Now

    PSR President Dr. Jeff Patterson discusses the 25th anniversary of the Chernobyl Catastrophe. Read more »

  • Video: Atomic Age Symposium: Fukushima

    PSR Board Member Dr. Jeff Patterson speaks on the dangers of nuclear power at the Atomic Age Symposium at University of Chicago. Read more »

  • Letter to DOE on Recycling Radioactive Metals

    PSR comments on a proposal to allow the release of radioactively contaminated metals from the Department of Energy and National Nuclear Security Administration nuclear complex into the consumer metal supply. Read more »

 

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