Claire's is recalling more asbestos-tinted products after the FDA confirmed the presence of asbestos in makeup sets including Jojo Siwa's makeup set and Beauty Plus' Global Contour Effects Palette.
Rapidly developing nations such as Brazil, Russia, India, and China could be facing an impending health crisis soon due to the continuing production and use of asbestos.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is deleting a portion of the Superfund site in Libby, Montana that is contaminated with asbestos. They came to the decision after performing the required cleaning activities at a former mine screening plant. The plant was used to separate vermiculite from the mined materials that also contains large amounts of asbestos.
April 1-7 is the Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization's (ADAO) Global Asbestos Awareness Week (GAAW). The first week in April is designated to increasing awareness of asbestos and preventing exposure by bringing experts and victim to share, learn, and take action.
Libby asbestos claims are overwhelming courts in Montana. Now, the Montana Supreme Court has appointed six additional Asbestos Claim Court judges to handle the overflow of claims pending.
The people of Miami, Oklahoma are calling for the cleanup of a decommissioned B.F. Goodrich tire factory that is littered with asbestos. The two structures that are left standing, employed thousands of workers from 1945 to 1985.
A former maintenance worker for Tandem Property Management in Portland, Oregon, has been fired amidst his discovery of asbestos in one of the apartment complexes.
Libby, Montana residents are familiar with asbestos and its dangers. The infamous vermiculite mine in the town is full of naturally occurring asbestos. Hundreds of Libby residents have died from diseases related to asbestos exposure and thousands more are currently suffering.
Nightcliff Beach is a popular destination for tourists and locals of Australia's Northern Territory. The sands are covered with shells, sea glass, and... asbestos.
Millions of Americans across the U.S. have suffered exposure to the asbestos fibers that cause the fatal conditions mesothelioma, lung cancer, other cancers, and asbestosis. In addition, workers who came home from the shipyards, construction sites, and factories with the dust on their clothes, skin, and hair also exposed their spouses and children -- many who have now been diagnosed with asbestos-related disease, themselves.