Amazon Pulls Children’s Makeup Kit from Site After Asbestos Found

Asbestos was found in eye shadow in a children’s makeup kit, according to lab tests commissioned by the Environmental Working Group. It was found that every gram of the eye shadow in the Princess Girl’s All-in-One Deluxe Makeup Palette tested...
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Landmark Achievements for the Alan Reinstein Ban Asbestos Now Act

The year of 2019 showed impressive progress for The Alan Reinstein Ban Asbestos Now Act of 2019 (ARBAN). About a year ago, the bill was introduced. All that remains is for the U.S. House to pass ARBAN, setting the stage...
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Asbestos in Classic Cars

There is nothing quite like getting your hands on the car of your dreams. What if the car of your dreams was filled with unknown dangers to hobbyists? Classic cars often contain many old parts that need replacing that contain...
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Are Mesothelioma Patients Getting Younger?

The typical mesothelioma patient is presumed to be elderly due to the lengthiest of latency periods of any form of cancer, specifically two to five decades. The average age of those living with this deadly form of cancer is in...
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4 Occupations at High Risk for Asbestos Exposure

Asbestos victims endure a lot of pain and suffering. Unfortunately, the signs and symptoms of their asbestos-related illnesses can show up when it’s already too late. However, some are more likely to work in hazardous environments where asbestos dwells, like...
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Hope Remains for a Ban on Asbestos in the United States

The Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization (ADAO) has been fighting to ban asbestos in the United States since 2004. Recently, Congress delayed the vote on ADAO’s Alan Reinstein Ban Asbestos Now Act (ARBAN). We are approaching the New Year; if Congress...
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Montana Sues Former Insurance Provider Over Libby Damages

The state of Montana and their former insurance company have asked the state Supreme Court to decide who’s liable for almost $100 million in damages for Libby asbestos victims. The state won a lawsuit in 2018 when the judge ruled...
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