Articles in the Popular Press
This page links to articles in the popular press (not scientific journals) about environmental chemicals and diabetes or obesity. Links were current when published but not maintained. Articles are listed in order of publication date.
Dr. Lisette van Vliet, right, formerly of Europe's Health and Environment Alliance (HEAL) points out that, "Some researchers now believe that if governments act to reduce our exposure to certain chemicals, it will be easier to reduce the incidence of obesity and diabetes."
High exposure to PFAS more than doubles risk of developing diabetes in women, Clinical Trials Arena, Apr. 28, 2022.
Incident diabetes risk increased in COVID-19 survivors, Endocrinology Advisor, Apr. 28, 2022, by Colby Strong.
Study: Possible link between "forever chemicals" and diabetes in middle-aged women, North Carolina Health News, Apr. 26, 2022, by Will Atwater.
Chemicals in everyday products are spurring obesity, warns a new review, Environmental Health News, Apr. 25, 2022, by Grace van Deelen.
Many household products contain obesity-promoting chemicals, study says, Yale Environment 360, Apr. 25, 2022.
Long term exposure to air pollution tied to diabetes in Indian population: JAPI, Medical Dialogues, Apr. 25, 2022, by Medha Baranwal.
US air pollution levels may boost risk for type 2 diabetes, Medscape, Apr. 14, 2022, by Miriam Tucker.
High concentrations of PFAS in blood may be linked to higher diabetes in middle-aged women, University of Michigan News, Apr. 12, 2022.
Greater exposure to PFAS endocrine-disrupting chemicals increases diabetes risk for women, Healio Endocrinology, Apr. 12, 2022, by Michael Monostra.
'Forever chemicals' exposures may compound diabetes risk, Medscape, Apr. 12, by Nancy Melville.
Exposure to 'forever chemicals' may raise diabetes risk in middle-aged women: study, The Hill, Apr. 11, 2022, by Sharon Udasin.
Exposure to air pollution linked to increased risk for type 2 diabetes, Endocrinology Advisor, Apr. 6, 2022, by Jessica Nye, PhD.
Studies link covid-19 infection with increased risk of new diabetes diagnosis, CNN, Mar. 28, 2022, by Tasnim Ahmed.
Diabetes: Another piece of the long-COVID puzzle? Medpage Today, Mar. 22, 2022, by Kristen Monaco.
COVID-19 infection may cause new cases of diabetes in children, Endocrinology Advisor, Mar. 11, 2022, by Jessica Nye, PhD.
Chemicals found in plastic may lead to weight gain, Medical News Today, Feb. 3, 2022, by James Kingsland.
More than 1 in 10 people in US have diabetes, CDC says, Medscape, Jan. 26, 2022, by Miriam Tucker.
Type 1 diabetes diagnoses spiked during the pandemic, Medpage Today, Jan. 24, 2022, by Kristen Monaco.
Children with COVID-19 more likely to receive new diabetes diagnosis, Healio, Jan. 21, 2022, by Michael Monostra.
Benjamin Nwosu, MD, on vitamin D and partial remission in pediatric T1D, Medpage Today, Jan. 19, 2022, by Scott Harris.
COVID infection may significantly increase risk of diabetes in children: CDC study, Huffington Post, Jan. 8, 2022, by Sara Boboltz.
COVID-19 is a risk factor for new pediatric diabetes, Medpage Today, Jan. 7, 2022, by Kristen Monaco.
Bisphenol-A linked to insulin resistance in diabetic patients, HCP Live, Dec. 5, 2021.
Chemicals and the obesity epidemic, Living on Earth, Dec. 3, 2021.
Arsenic, uranium mix may increase diabetes risk in American Indians, NIEHS Environmental Factor, Nov. 2021.
Vitamin D and omega-3 supplements reduce autoimmune disease risk, Medscape, Nov. 7, 2021, by Neil Osterweil.
PFAS exposure may increase diabetes risk in Latina adolescents, NIEHS Environmental Factor, Oct 2021.
UCLA study reveals ozone pollution elevates risk of developing type 2 diabetes, UCLA Daily Bruin, Oct. 7, 2021, by Anna Novoselov.
UCI-led study links air pollution exposure while pregnant to higher gestational diabetes risk, UCI News, Oct. 4, 2021.
Air pollution linked with increased risk of severe hypoglycemia, hypoglycemic coma among pediatric type 1 diabetes patients, AJMC, Sept. 30, 2021, by Gianna Melillo.
Interventions needed to reduce exposure to obesity-promoting chemicals, Healio, Sept. 28, 2021, by Michael Monostra.
Ozone exposure puts people at risk of type 2 diabetes, study finds, The Swaddle, Sept. 28, 2021, by Devrupa Rakshit.
Researchers call for expanded regulations on chemicals that fuel obesity, SlashGear, Sept. 26, 2021, by Brittany Roston.
These everyday household chemicals may explain why you can't lose weight, Inverse, Sept. 25, 2021, by Jocelyn Solis-Moreira.
Researchers explore serious impact of obesogens on childhood and adult obesity, News Medical, Sept. 25, 2021.
UC study of Sacramento-area residents links air pollution to type 2 diabetes risk, Sacramento Bee, Sept. 24, 2021, by Cathie Anderson.
UCLA-led research finds ozone exposure contributes to the development of type 2 diabetes, UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, Sept. 24, 2021.
Girls exposed to endocrine-disrupting chemical have higher glucose level as adults, Healio, Sept. 22, 2021, by Michael Monostra.
Study discovers biological mechanism linking long-term arsenic exposure to cancer, diabetes, News Medical, Sept. 15, 2021.
'Forever chemicals' may increase the risk of type 2 diabetes in Latino (sic) girls, study finds, News Medical, Sept. 1, 2021.
Exposure to persistent environmental toxins in everyday products may increase diabetes risk in Latina adolescents, USC Keck School of Medicine, Sept. 1, 2021, by Jeremy Deutchman.
More and more U.S. kids being diagnosed with diabetes- rise seen in both type 1 and type 2 diabetes, Medpage Today, Aug. 24, 2021, by Kristen Monaco.
Gestational diabetes rates climb among all racial, ethnic groups, Medpage Today, Aug. 17, 2021, by Amanda D'Ambrosio.
Camel milk: A centuries old 'superfood' as diabetes treatment, Medscape, Aug. 9, 2021, by John Watson.
Identifying metabolism-disrupting chemicals with machine learning, Technology Networks, Aug. 3, 2021.
Endocrine disrupting chemicals are an "under-appreciated" diabetes risk factor, Environmental Health News, July 19, 2021, by Elizabeth Gribkoff.
UCF receives $70M to continue research into causes of diabetes, WUSF, July 16, 2021.
Can COVID-19 lead to diabetes? Here's what you need to know, National Geographic, June 10, 2021, by Bill Sullivan.
Air pollution exposure during pregnancy may boost babies' obesity risk, Science Daily, June 15, 2021.
Air pollutants associated with diabetes prevalence, HCP Live, May 1, 2021.
'If your dog is diabetic it's more likely that you have the disease too', Mirror, Apr. 30, 2021, by Miriam Stoppard.
New diabetes cases linked to COVID-19, Washington Post, Feb. 1, 2021, by Erin Blakemore.
Is there a link between type 2 diabetes and air pollution? Everyday Health, Jan. 20, 2021, by Kate Ruder.
Chemicals emitted from household objects are altering children's microbiomes, The Wire Science, Jan. 7, 2021, by Lila Westreich.
A rise in new type 1 diabetes cases amidst the coronavirus pandemic, Diabetes Research Connection, Dec. 30, 2020.
Plastics pose threat to human health, report shows, Science Daily, Dec. 15, 2020.
Common flame retardants cause mice to give birth to offspring that become diabetic, study finds, Science Daily, Nov. 10, 2020.
Autoreactive T cells present in healthy pancreas, Medscape, Oct. 29, 2020, by Will Boggs.
6 unexpected things that can lead to diabetes, Bustle, Oct. 22, 2020, by Kristine Fellizar and JR Thorpe.
Exposure to man-made chemicals influences genes controlling aging, immune system and metabolism, The Conversation, Oct. 15, 2020, by Alexander Suvorov.
Could type 1 diabetes begin in utero? Medscape, Oct. 13, 2020, by Liam Davenport.
A global data effort probes whether covid causes diabetes, Wired, Oct. 7, 2020, by Megan Molteni.
Highly fluorinated chemicals can raise celiac disease and diabetes risk in children, Celiac.com, Sept. 28, 2020, by Scott Adams.
'We have more to learn': Data inconclusive on COVID-19 driving form of type 1 diabetes, Healio Endocrinology, Sept. 24, 2020, by Regina Schaffer.
Lack of key considerations in FDA food chemical safety process leaves consumers at risk of chronic diseases, The Endocrine Society, Sept. 23, 2020.
These everyday toxins may be hurting pregnant women and their babies, New York Times, Sept. 23, 2020, by Liza Gross.
Possible link connecting COVID-19 and new-onset diabetes, Diabetes in Control, Sept. 22, 2020, by Brianna Belton.
Interesting studies now reveal the unexpected triggers of diabetes, Newswire, Sept. 21, 2020, by Melissa Scott.
Highly fluorinated chemicals can increase risk for diabetes and coeliac disease in children, Medical Xpress, Sept. 3, 2020, by Örebro Universitet.
Could COVID-19 cause new onset T1D? Medpage Today, Sept. 2, 2020, by Molly Walker.
Air pollution can lead to type-2 diabetes, heart attacks, stroke finds new research, Firstpost, Aug. 26, 2020.
Barbara Davis Center wants to know: Does SARS-CoV-2 trigger diabetes? CU Anschutz Medical Campus. Aug. 20, 2020.
Research shows air pollution could play role in development of cardiometabolic diseases, Medical Xpress, Aug. 20, 2020.
Study Links COVID-19 to Rise in Childhood Type 1 Diabetes Diagnoses, Medscape, Aug. 18, 2020, by Kate Kelland.
Growing evidence shows endocrine-disrupting chemicals drive obesity, infertility, diabetes, Healio, Aug. 6, 2020, by Regina Schaffer.
Toxins in non-stick cookware cause diabetes, infertility, and impaired brain development: study, International Business Times, July 25, 2020, by Vishakha Sonawane.
As evidence of 'hormone disruptor' chemical threats grows, experts call for stricter regulation, NYU Langone Health, July 22, 2020.
Smoking and air pollution increases childhood obesity risk, Diabetes.co.uk, July 10, 2020.
Indoor air pollution and heavy metals linked to child obesity, Environmental Health News, June 25, 2020, by Lucy Marita Jakub.
Childhood obesity linked to smoking, air pollution and other environmental factors, Medical Xpress, June 24, 2020, by Laura LeBlanc.
Mounting clues suggest the coronavirus might trigger diabetes, Nature, June 24, 2020, by Smriti Mallapaty.
Effects of exposures on the immune system, NIEHS Superfund Research Program, June 2020.
Updates on the environmental triggers of type 1 diabetes (ADA 2020), Diabetes Daily, June 15, 2020, by Maria Muccioli.
Chemical pollutant exposure linked to celiac disease in young people, Medical News Today, June 11, 2020, by Timothy Huzar.
Environmental contaminants alter gut microbiome, health, Science Daily, May 21, 2020, via University of Illinois.
Is COVID-19 causing diabetes? A Sweet Life, May 12, 2020 by Ross Wollen.
Can't eat gluten? Pesticides and nonstick pans might have something to do with it, study says, Grist, May 13, 2020, by Zoya Teirstein.
Environmental chemical exposure linked to celiac disease, MedPage Today, May 12, 2020, by Jeff Minerd.
Celiac disease linked to common chemical pollutants, Medical Dialogues, May 12, 2020 by Hina Zahid.
Pesticides, teflon, and celiac disease: How they are linked, Healthline, May 12, 2020, by George Citroner.
Why T1D diagnosis rates continue to rise across the globe, Insulin Nation, Apr. 22, 2020, by Sara Seitz.
Fine dust increases risk of diabetes, hyperlipidemia, Korea Biomedical Review, Apr. 21, 2020, by Shim Hyun-tai.
Air pollution alters gut microbiome and increases risk for diabetes, Diabetes in Control, Apr. 7, 2020.
Endocrine-disrupting chemical exposure during pregnancy influences obesity across two generations, Healio Endocrine Today, Apr. 1, 2020.
PFASs and obesity: Unto the third generation, Medpage Today, Mar. 31, 2020, by Elizabeth Hlavinka.
Exposure to ozone increases risk of obesity and diabetes, Air Quality News, Mar. 16, 2020.
O3 exposure in first trimester associated with pediatric diabetes, Endocrinology Advisor, Mar. 13, 2020, by Rose Reeb.
Breathing dirty air may boost risk of obesity, diabetes: Study, Deccan Herald, Mar. 13, 2020.
Can poor air quality make you gain weight? Science Daily, Mar. 12, 2020.
AHA News: Traffic noise might increase diabetes, blood pressure risks, Health Day, Mar. 9, 2020.
BPF and BPS found in food containers could increase your obesity risk, Men's Health, Feb. 21, 2020.
Effects of endocrine-disrupting chemicals extend to obesity, osteoporosis, IQ and beyond, Healio Endocrine Today, Feb. 16, 2020.
Mother's beauty products might impact girls' weight gain, Reuters, Feb. 11, 2020, by Lisa Rapaport.
Can environmental change be linked to the rise of type 1 diabetes? Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News, Feb. 3, 2020.
Type 1 diabetes geographic variability implicates environmental triggers, MedWireNews, Jan. 27, 2020.
Prenatal air pollution exposure tied to childhood blood sugar, AhramOnline via Reuters, Jan. 13, 2020.
Air pollution, evolution, and the fate of billions of humans, New York Times, Jan. 13, 2020, by Carl Zimmer.
Prenatal air pollution exposure tied to childhood blood sugar, Reuters, Jan. 9, 2020, by Lisa Rapaport.
What triggers type 1 diabetes? Diabetes Mine, Nov. 25, 2019, by Dan Fleshler.
DDT linked to higher risk of diabetes among Asian Indian immigrants to US, Science Daily, Nov. 20, 2019, by Kat Kerlin.
Video: Exposure to common chemicals may lead to obesity, diabetes, Healio Endocrine Today, Nov. 9, 2019.
Here's how plastic could be linked to type 2 diabetes risk, Indian Express, Nov. 8, 2019.
Experts warn PFAS endocrine-disrupting chemicals may drive obesity, osteoporosis, Healio Endocrine Today, Nov. 6, 2019.
Exposure to common plastics could increase type 2 diabetes risk, Diabetes.co.uk, Nov. 4, 2019, by Benedict Jephcote.
Exposure to chemicals in plastic linked to increased risk of type 2 diabetes, study finds, Fox News, Nov. 2, 2019.
Which environmental factors affect type 2 diabetes risk? Medical News Today, Nov. 2, 2019, by Ana Sandoiu.
Cumulative environmental exposures increase diabetes risk in rural populations, Science Daily, Oct. 30, 2019.
Pollutants and diabetes: Carleton lab makes new discoveries, Carleton University Newsroom, Sept. 27, 2019, by Leah Coppella.
Ambient air pollution exposure and gestational diabetes mellitus in Guangzhou, China: A prospective cohort study, DocWire News, Sept. 19, 2019.
Study: Exposure to toxic metals in pregnancy may increase risk of type 1 diabetes, Diabetes Daily, Aug. 25, 2019, by Maria Muccioli.
Diabetes risk tied to common chemicals, curbed by healthy habits, Reuters, Aug. 8, 2019, by Lisa Rapaport.
BPA substitutes linked to obesity in children and teens, Environmental Health News, July 25, 2019, by Emily Makowski.
Plastics chemicals meant to replace BPA may not be any safer for kids, Healthday, july 25, 2019, by Amy Norton.
Food industry's switch to non-BPA linings still poses health risks, Healthline, July 25, 2019, by George Citroner.
PFAS chemicals move from mom to fetus at higher rate in women with gestational diabetes, National Science Foundation, June 22, 2019 [also see related UMass Press Release]
Diabetes: The history of a public health crisis, Bowdoin College, June 25, 2019, by Tom Porter.
Premature death, cancer, diabetes are the outcomes of air pollution, Market News Summary, June 25, 2019, by Daniel Mitchell.
New partnership examines effect of pollution on type 2 diabetes risk, Healio Endocrine Today, May 25, 2019.
Widely used PVC plastic chemical spurs obesity, prediabetes: Study, Environmental Health News, May 26, 2019, by Brian Bienkowski.
Exposure to common chemicals linked with type 2 diabetes and obesity, Diabetes.co.uk, May 21, 2019, by Jack Woodfield.
Obesity risk may be increased by exposure to common environmental chemicals, EurekAlert, May 20, 2019, by European Society of Endocrinology.
Investigating the metabolic impact of endocrine disrupting chemicals, R&D Magazine, May 16, 2019, by Albert Braeuning, Alfonso Lampen, and Anna-Liisa Levonen.
Possible link between preservative and diabetes, Atlanta Jewish Times, May 15, 2019.
Does pollution influence diabetes? Santa Barbara Independent, May 12, 2019, by Skyler DePaoli.
Why we don't know if plastics are safe, Politico, May 7, 2019, by Ginger Hervey.
Maternal mercury ups risk for childhood obesity, Medpage Today, Apr. 30, 2019, by Elizabeth Hlavinka.
Common chemicals may play a role in childhood obesity, Medscape, Apr. 27, 2019, by Michael Vlessides.
Jerry Heindel: A new hub for the science of hormone disruptors, Environmental Health News, Apr. 17, 2019, by Jerry Heindel.
Household chemicals double diabetes risk in women, Apr. 17, 2019, Alternative Daily, by Susan Patterson.
Are toxic chemicals making you sicker, fatter and poorer? An interview with Dr. Leo Trasande on his new book, Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families, Apr. 12, 2019, by Mike Schade.
Should we be afraid of endocrine disruptors in cosmetics? Euronews, Apr. 11, 2019.
Air pollution raises diabetes risk in China: study, Phys.org, Mar. 13, 2019.
Gluten intake in toddlers not tied to risk of progression to type 1 diabetes, Medscape, Mar. 8, 2019, by Will Boggs.
A molecular biologist warns chemicals in plastic can seep into food and lead to major health effects like obesity, heart disease, and diabetes, Business Insider, Mar. 5, 2019, by Shira Polan and Clancy Morgan.
Rotavirus vaccine may protect against type 1 diabetes, New York Times, Jan. 30, 2019, by Nicholas Bakalar.
T1D delay/prevention in at-risk children, Insulin Nation, Jan. 29, 2019, by Martin Hensel.
Rotavirus vaccination tied to lower rates of type 1 diabetes, Medscape, Jan. 23, 2019, by Lisa Rapaport.
Q&A: Leonardo Trasande, MD, MPP, Endocrine News, Jan. 2019
"Sicker, Fatter, Poorer": the cost of hormone-disrupting chemicals, CBS News, Jan. 3, 2019.
Invisible pollutants and the tipping point for endocrine disruption, Environmental Health News, Dec. 14, 2018, by Leonardo Trasande.
More reports of diabetes tied to immune-checkpoint inhibitors, Medscape, Dec. 4, 2018, by Will Boggs.
Air pollution linked to diabetes in America, study finds, Komo News, Nov. 29, 2018, by Karina Mazhukhina.
Are environmental chemicals contributing to the obesity epidemic? Open Access Government, Nov. 27, 2018.
No link between pollution and the development of type 1 diabetes, study suggests, Diabetes UK, Nov. 26, 2018, by Jack Woodfield.
Air pollution causing diabetes in India, 3.2 million people affected worldwide, India TV, Nov. 22, 2018.
The everyday chemicals that trigger diabetes, Newswire, Nov. 6, 2018, by Melissa Scott.
Israeli researchers study effects of environmental pollution on abdominal fat, related diseases, Breaking Israel News, Nov. 5, 2018, by Judy Siegel-Itzkovich.
Childhood obesity linked to air pollution from vehicles, The Guardian, Nov. 4, 2018, by Damian Carrington.
Just months of American life change the microbiome, The Atlantic, Nov. 1, 2018, by Olga Khazan.
Mom-to-be's high-gluten diet linked to type 1 diabetes in baby, Health Day, Sept. 19, 2018, by Serena Gordon.
Common household cleaners can make your children fatter: Study, Tech Times, Sept. 18, 2018, by Diane Samson.
Human study suggests BPA could trigger insulin resistance, Chemical Watch, Sept. 13, 2018, by Dr. Emma Davies.
In a scientific first, researchers gave people BPA-- and saw a link to a precursor of type 2 diabetes, Environmental Health News, Sept. 12, 2018, by Lynne Peeples.
Chemicals in consumer products may promote weight gain. But there's an easy fix. Live Science, Sept. 1, 2018, by Rachel Rettner.
Can exercise and diet mitigate PFAS-related weight gain? Harvard School of Public Health.
PFAS exposure tied to weight gain, Medpage Today, Aug. 31, 2018, by Kristen Monaco.
Could a plastic chemical cause diabetes? Medium, Aug. 14, 2018, by Infinome.
Obesity and diabetes: 2 reasons why we should be worried about the plastics that surround us, The Conversation, Aug. 13, 2018, by Bruce Blumberg and Raquel Chamorro-Garcia.
What we eat and drink plays a role in diabetes. What about what we breathe? Courier and Press, Aug. 10, 2018, by Mark Wilson.
Chemicals in food may harm children, pediatricians' group says, New York Times, July 23, 2018, by Roni Caryn Rabin.
12 surprising household items that could make you gain weight, Reader's Digest, July 21, 2018, by Amy Gorin.
Is BPA making us fat, anxious, and sick? Huffington Post, July 20, 2018, by Lindsay Konkel.
Incidence of diabetes influenced by endocrine-disrupting chemicals in the environment, Endocrinology Advisor, July 11, 2018, by Suzanne Bujara.
Air pollution is triggering diabetes in 3.2 million people each year, ScienceNews, July 9, 2018, by Laurel Hamers.
Air pollution in emerging markets to benefit Novo Nordisk, Seeking alpha, July 9, 2018 [what a horrible title!]
Even low levels of air pollution increase risk of diabetes, Healio, July 7, 2018.
Air pollution may account for 1 in 7 new diabetes cases, Reuters, July 5, 2018, by Anne Harding.
A frightening new reason to worry about air pollution, the Atlantic, July 5, 2018, by Olga Khazan.
Air pollution contributes significantly to diabetes globally, Science Daily, June 30, 2018.
Chemicals hidden in these everyday products could be making you put on weight, Nine.com, June 25, 2018, by Sam Downing.
Research suggests ways to avoid exposures to "obesogens," Beyond Pesticides, June 14, 2018.
How noise pollution could be putting you at risk of diabetes, Medical News Bulletin, June 11, 2018.
Fracking may alter fat cells: Study, Environmental Health News, June 21, 2018, by Heather Mongilio.
Word of the week: Obesogen, The Guardian, May 24, 2018, by Steven Poole.
Widely used PVC plastic chemical spurs obesity, prediabetes: Study, Environmental Health News, May 22, 2018, by Brian Bienkowski.
The dust in your house could be making you fat, South African Sunday Times, May 22, 2018.
How everyday products may contribute to obesity, Medical Daily, May 21, 2018, by Sadhana Bharanidharan.
Taking your shoes off when you come home could help you slim down by keeping chemicals out of your house that promote the build-up of fat, Daily Mail, May 21, 2018, by Harry Pettit.
Minimizing exposure to common hormone-disrupting chemicals may reduce obesity rates, EurekAlert!, May 19, 2018, European Society of Endocrinology.
What does BPA free mean? A thorough guide to BPA and your health, Health Insurance Fund of Australia, May 7, 2018, by Tammy George.
Eating out increases exposure to harmful chemicals linked to cancer and diabetes, Tech Times, Mar. 29, 2018, by Allan Adamson.
Toxic chemicals may increase chances of regaining weight after dieting, Environmental Working Group, Mar. 26, 2018, by Alexis Temkin.
Why are we so fat despite our best efforts? Environmental Health News, Mar. 21, 2018, by Bruce Blumberg.
Another potential PFAS problem: Weight gain, Environmental Health News, Feb. 14, 2018, by Brian Bienkowski.
Environmental chemicals found in non-stick pans are linked to weight gain, Time, Feb. 13, 2018, by Amanda Macmillan.
Nonstick chemicals may disrupt metabolic function in women, Medpage Today, Feb. 13, 2018, by Kristen Monaco.
PFASs, chemicals commonly found in environment, may interfere with body weight regulation, Feb. 13, 2018, Harvard School of Public Health.
Triggers of diabetes type 2: what is the role of environmental toxins? ReportsHealthCare.com, Feb. 1, 2018, by Nancy Walker.
The famine ended 70 years ago, but Dutch genes still bear scars, New York Times, Jan. 31, 2018, by Carl Zimmer.
Scientists find link between group of pollutants and health problems in Inuit, CBC News, Jan. 19 2018, by Jimmy Thomson.
More than 90% of receipts contain dangerous chemicals linked to infertility, autism and type 2 diabetes, study reveals, Daily Mail, Jan. 28, 2018, by Alexandra Thompson.
Chemical exposures may explain disparities in diabetes risk, Medscape, Dec. 1, 2017, by Liam Davenport.
Researchers link kids' weight gain to chemical exposures, Environmental Working Group, Nov. 30, 2017, by Alexis Temkin, PhD.
Endocrine-disrupting chemicals linked to diabetes disparities, Health Day Physician's Briefing, Nov. 29, 2017.
New diabetes research takes a page from the past with a drug from the 1950s, Miami Herald, Nov. 26, 2017, by Samantha Gross.
Analysis: The metabolic legacy of environmental injustice, Environmental Health News, Nov. 20, 2017, by Robert Sargis and Daniel Ruiz.
The hidden reason American minorities are so much more likely to have diabetes, Quartz, Nov. 17, 2017, by Zoe Schlanger.
Where you live could have an impact on whether you get diabetes, Business Insider, Nov. 17, 2017, by Hilary Brueck.
Unequal exposure to pollutants may be contributing factor to higher rates of diabetes among minorities, Medical News, Nov. 15, 2017.
Disparities in exposure to toxins may drive higher diabetes rates in minorities, Medical Xpress, Nov. 15, 2017.
Uncovering the Mysteries of Diabetes and Vitamin D (New Study Findings), Diabetes Mine, Nov. 14, 2017, by Sarah Howard.
Campaign launched to tackle air pollution and rates of type 2 diabetes, Diabetes.co.uk, Oct. 10, 2017, by Jack Woodfield.
Britain's toxic air 'could cause dementia and diabetes', Evening Standard, Oct. 9, 2017, by Safeeyah Kazi.
The list of diseases linked to air pollution is growing, Science News, Sept. 19, 2017, by Laura Beil.
Farmers' greater risk of diabetes linked to pesticide exposure, Beyond Pesticides, Sept. 2017.
Why do so many farmers have diabetes? The New Food Economy, Aug. 28, 2017, by Matt Kelly.
Air pollution ups stress hormones, alters metabolism, Reuters, Aug. 15, 2017, by Anne Harding.
Everyday plastic chemicals linked to type 2 diabetes risk, DiabetesUK, July 14, 2017, by Jack Woodfield.
Common chemicals in plastic linked to chronic disease, Medical News Today, July 14, 2017, by Tim Newman.
Dust triggers fat cell growth, WorldHealth.net, July 13, 2017.
Chemicals in medicines, food packaging and toys increase men's risk of developing heart disease, type 2 diabetes and high blood pressure, The Daily Mail, July 13, 2017, by Alexandra Thompson.
House dust spurs growth of fat cells in lab tests, Science Daily, July 12, 2017.
Everyday chemicals linked to chronic disease in men, Science Daily, July 12, 2017.
Type 1 diabetes risk linked to intestinal viruses, Science Daily, July 11, 2017.
How air pollution is linked to type 2 diabetes, Science Daily, Jun. 29, 2017.
Transportation noise increases risk for cardiovascular diseases and diabetes, EurekAlert!, Jun. 21, 2017.
Gardening chemicals may increase diabetes risk, Newsmax, Jun. 15, 2017.
Obesity linked to chemical substitutes found in food containers? Tech Times, Jun. 9, 2017, by Andrew Norman.
Infant microbiome may influence type 1 diabetes development, Medscape, Apr. 20, 2017, by Liam Davenport.
Ask the doctors: Studies show surprising link between diabetes and pollution, Auburnpub.com, Apr. 3, 2017.
Exposure to air pollution may raise kids' risk for type 2 diabetes, Lawndale News, Mar. 2, 2017.
Common insecticides might create higher risk for diabetes and metabolic diseases, Knowridge Science Report, Feb. 26, 2017.
Study: Air pollution is linked to diabetes in overweight Latino children, NBC News, Feb. 8, 2017, by Catalina Gonella.
Exposure to bisphenol A while pregnant could increase children's risk of obesity, Yahoo News, Feb. 8, 2017.
Air pollution linked to heightened risk of type 2 diabetes in obese Latino children, USC News, Feb. 7, 2017, by Zen Vuong.
Dangerous fruit: Mystery of deadly outbreaks in India is solved, New York Times, Jan. 31, 2017, by Ellen Barry.
Link between common synthetic chemicals and diabetes, Digital Journal, Jan. 30, 2017, by Tim Sandler.
The search for what triggers type 1 diabetes, CNN, Jan. 25, 2017, by Michael Nedelman.
Diabetes risk increases with insecticides, iTech Post, Jan. 23, 2017, by Rodney Rafols.
Insecticides mimic melatonin, creating higher risk for diabetes, Science Daily, Jan. 19, 217.
Common insecticides mimic melatonin, creating higher potential risk for diabetes and metabolic diseases, University at Buffalo, Jan. 18, 2017, by Ellen Goldbaum.
Common virus may have role in type 1 diabetes, UPI, Jan. 10, 2017, by Serena Gordon.
The search for what triggers type 1 diabetes, CNN, Jan. 10, 2017, by Michael Nedelman.
What does the environment have to do with diseases that affect the immune system? Ensia, Jan. 4, 2017, by Lindsey Konkel.
Concern over EDCs continues to grow, MedPage Today, Dec. 23, 2016, by Kristen Monaco.
How plastics cause autism, diabetes, cancer, birth defects, The Guardian, Dec. 13, 2016, by Chukwuma Muanya.
Immune system, unleashed by cancer therapies, can attack organs, New York Times, Dec. 3, 2016, by Matt Richtel.
Household chemicals and diabetes: A surprising link, MD, Dec. 2, 2016, by Andrew Smith.
Arsenic metabolism linked to development of type 1 diabetes, Physician's Briefing, Dec. 1, 2016.
Could arsenic exposure contribute to type 1 diabetes in youths? Medscape, Nov. 30, 2016, by Liam Davenport.
Air pollution is a risk factor for diabetes, says study, Knowridge Science Report, Nov. 21, 2016.
Reducing environmental pollutants tied to drop in diabetes, Medscape, Nov. 1, 2016, by Becky McCall.
Avoiding endocrine disruptors drops diabetes risk: Study, The Scientist, Oct. 27, 2016, by Kerry Grens.
Reduced exposure to common chemicals could lower type 2 diabetes rates, Diabetes.co.UK, Oct. 27, 2016, by Jack Woodfield.
These common chemicals are linked to type-2 diabetes: Study, Time, Oct. 26, 2016, by Justin Worland.
Toxic chemicals tied to $340B in US health costs and lost wages, Fox News/Reuters, Oct. 18, 2016.
Can gut microbiota changes lead to type 2 diabetes? Medpage Today, Oct. 12, 2016.
Exposure to chemicals tied to lower vitamin D levels, NewsMax, Oct. 4, 2016, by Sylvia Booth Hubbard.
Air pollution may increase insulin resistance over time, Renal and Urology News, Sept. 29, 2016.
Air pollution is linked to a diabetes marker, New York Times, Sept. 21, 2016, by Nicholas Bakalar.
Chemical exposure linked to lower vitamin D levels, Medical Express, Sept. 20, 2016.
Commentary: 25 years of endocrine disruption research-- great strides, but still a long way to go, Environmental Health News, Sept. 19, 2016, by Laura Vandenberg.
Babies have a microbial window of opportunity, Scientific American, Sept. 19, 2016, by B. Brett Finlay and Marie-Claire Arrieta.
Bad air and blood sugar? Study attempts to link pollution and diabetes risk, MD Magazine, Sept. 16, 2016, by Andrew Smith.
Insulin resistance higher with long-term exposure to air pollution, Endocrinology Advisor, Sept. 12, 2016.
Air pollution a risk factor for diabetes, say researchers, Science Daily, Sept. 8, 2016.
How air pollution affects your health- infographic, The Guardian, July 5, 2016, by Paul Tinker and Tom Levitt.
Air pollution tied to impaired glucose, lipid metabolism, Endocrinology Advisor, June 15, 2016, by Tori Rodriguez.
Educate your immune system, New York Times, June 3, 2016, by Moises Velasquez-Manoff.
Air pollution can increase blood glucose, LDL, and triglycerides, Cardiology Advisor, May 30, 2016.
More BPA exposure as a fetus leaves kids fatter at age 7- NYC study, Environmental Health News, May 17, 2016, by Brian Bienkowski.
Here's why kids are still getting more obese, while consuming fewer calories, Mother Jones, Apr. 28, 2016, by Tom Philpott.
Study says fast food contains industrial chemicals linked to health problems such as infertility, diabetes, KyForward, Apr. 18, 2016.
Doctor with diabetes speaks out against chemicals in plastic, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Apr. 7, 2016, by Harry Jackson Jr.
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Scientists find vinyl plastic chemicals linked to diabetes, Center for Health, Environment and Justice, Aug. 3, 2012, by Mike Schade.
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Chemicals in nail polish, hair spray may increase diabetes risk, Fox News, July 13, 2012.
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WW2 chemical exposure spurs obesity, autism, researcher says, San Francisco Chronicle, May 21, 2012, by Ryan Flinn.
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Another common chemical linked to type 2, Diabetes self management blog, Apr. 20, 2012, by Diane Fennell.
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Chemicals in plastics, make-up latest cause of diabetes, The Pioneer, Apr. 13, 2012.
Chemicals in cosmetics linked to diabetes, study says, Fox News, Apr. 13, 2012.
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Common plastics chemical might boost diabetes risk, US News and World Report, Apr. 12, 2012, by Steven Reinberg.
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Chemicals in your food that may well cause heart disease, diabetes, BPH and cancer, OpEd News, Apr. 4, 2012, by Richard Clark.
Why the FDA hasn't banned potentially toxic BPA (yet), Time Magazine, Apr. 3, 2012, by Bryan Walsh.
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Mercury exposure linked to ramp up of thyroid antibody, Environmental Health News, Mar. 21, 2012, by Roxanne Karimi.
Tiny doses of gas drilling chemicals may have big health effects, InsideClimate News, Mar. 21, 2012, by Lisa Song.
Chemicals could be partly responsible for diabetes surge, Diabetes.co.uk, Mar. 21, 2012.
Chemicals are making us fat, say experts, New Zealand Herald, Mar. 21, 2012, by Martin Hickman.
Chemical food additives linked to skyrocketing obesity/diabetes rates, Pacific Free Press, Mar. 21, 2012.
Study warns chemicals in toys and tins fuelling obesity, diabetes, Digital Journal.com, Mar. 21, 2012, by Katerina Nikolas.
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Chemicals in plastic linked to rise in obesity and diabetes, The Independent, Mar. 20, 2012, by Martin Hickman.
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Chemicals in toys, tin cans fuel obesity, The Times of India, Mar. 20, 2012.
Study links BPA and obesity, Plastics News, Mar. 20, 2012, by Anthony Clark.
Plastic link to obesity and diabetes, Fraser Coast Chronicle, Mar. 20, 2012, by Martin Hickman.
Everyday chemicals linked to obesity, diabetes, The Pioneer, Mar. 20, 2012.
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Everyday chemicals may up obesity and diabetes risk, MyDiabetes.In, Mar. 20, 2012.
New report: Review of the science linking chemical exposures to the human risk of obesity and diabetes, Collaborative on Health and the Environment blog, Mar. 19, 2012, by Sarah Howard.
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Scientists warn of low-dose risks of chemical exposure, Yale Environment 360, Mar. 19, 2012, by Elizabeth Grossman.
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The dose doesn't always make the poison, Living on Earth, Mar. 16, 2012, interview with Dr. Laura Vandenberg.
Low doses, big effects: Scientists seek 'fundamental changes' in testing, regulation of hormone-like chemicals, Environmental Health News, Mar. 15, 2012, by Marla Cone.
Opinion: 'There are no safe doses for endocrine disruptors,' Environmental Health News, Mar. 15, 2012, by Dr. Laura Vandenberg.
Could air pollution be making us fat? Discovery News, Mar. 15, 2012, by Emily Sohn.
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The checkup: Do food chemicals make you fat?, Philadelphia Magazine, Mar. 12, 2012, by Emily Leaman.
The debate over what's really making us fat, MinnPost, Mar. 12, 2012, by Susan Perry.
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'Obesogens': Another cause of weight gain? The Daily Meal, Mar. 9, 2012, by Marcy Franklin.
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Environmental obesogens make children and adults fat, Institute of Science in Society, Feb. 29, 2012, by Prof. Joe Cummins.
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Toxic chemical BPA under attack, but alternatives may not be safer, experts say, Huffington Post, Feb. 23, 2012, by Lynne Peeples.
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BPA's obesity and diabetes link strengthened by new study, Huffington Post, Feb. 15, 2012, by Lynne Peeples.
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Vets win payouts over Agent Orange use on Okinawa, The Japan Times, Feb. 14, 2012, by Jon Mitchell.
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Autoimmune mysteries spark ongoing research, NIEHS Environmental Factor, July 5, 2011, by Josh Zeldin.
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Pollutants linked to diabetes in new study, Reuters, June 29, 2011, by Genevra Pittman.
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Flame retardants boost diabetes mellitus risk, FoodConsumer, June 26, 2011, by David Liu.
Still no regulation to keep poisons off our plate, Huffington Post, June 16, 2011, by Andrew Gunther.
Bisphenol A: A rift persists between safety assessments of the man-made estrogen mimic, Chemical and Engineering News, June 6, 2011, by Stephen Ritter.
Questions persist: Environmental factors in autoimmune disease, Environmental Health Perspectives (news item), June 1, 2011, by Charles Schmidt.
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Chemical review, Living on Earth, Mar. 11, 2011, interview with Professor Patricia Hunt.
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Newly identified chemicals leach into food packages, pose regulatory challenge, Environmental Health News, Feb. 7, 2011, by Emily Barrett.
National Toxicology Program workshop investigates links between chemicals and obesity, NIEHS Environmental Factor, Feb. 2011, by Thaddeus Schug.
Why the whole world is going to develop diabetes sooner or later, Diabetes in Control, Feb. 4, 2011, by Sheri Colberg.
The Vietnam War ended but a silent threat from Agent Orange remained: Unfinished business, Cleveland.com, Jan. 30, 2011, by Connie Schultz.
Toxins and type 2, Diabetes Self Management, Jan. 26, 2011, by Quinn Phillips.
Hidden chemicals linked to increased obesity risk, WCVB Boston, Jan. 26, 2011.
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Study links chemicals to diabetes, obesity, AOL Health, Jan. 14, 2011, by Deborah Huso.
Evidence suggests role for chemicals in diabetes, Reuters, Jan. 13, 2011, by Maggie Fox.
Much ado about environmental chemicals and diabetes, Diabetes Mine blog, Jan. 5, 2011.
Tyrone Hayes and Penelope Jagessar Chaffer: The toxic baby, TED Talk, Dec. 2010.
Obesity caused by what you breathe? San Francisco Chronicle, Dec. 29, 2010, by Cameron Scott.
Obesogens, stem cells, and the maternal programming of obesity, a video presentation by Dr. Bruce Blumberg, Dec. 9, 2010.
Lab animals and pets face obesity epidemic, NatureNews, Nov. 24, 2010, by Alla Katsnelson.
Genetics and the environment, Living on Earth, Oct. 22, 2010, Interview with Dr. Michael Skinner.
Sequencing the "exposome": Researchers take a cue from genomics to decipher environmental exposure's links to disease, Scientific American, Oct. 21, 2010, by Katherine Harmon.
Identify other chemicals known to cause obesity, Environmental Health News, Oct. 7, 2010, by Laura Vandenberg.
Pesticide in womb may promote obesity, study finds, ScienceNews, Oct. 5, 2010, by Janet Raloff.
Air pollution appears to foster diabetes, ScienceNews, Oct. 4, 2010, by Janet Raloff.
Polluted air and diabetes: A link, New York Times' Green blog, Oct. 4, 2010, by John Collins Rudolf.
Study: 'Safe' levels of soot linked to diabetes, New York Times, Oct. 1, 2010, by Gayathri Vaidyanathan of Greenwire.
Air pollution strongly linked to diabetes, Discovery News, Oct. 1, 2010, by Michael Reilly.
Smog may add to diabetes risk, USA Today, Sept. 29, 2010, by Mary Brophy Marcus.
BPA and a common phthalate may contribute to obesity, predicts a cell test, Environmental Health News, Sept. 15, 2010, by Laura Vandenberg
Childhood immune illnesses presage lifelong disease patterns, Environmental Health News, Sept. 10, 2010, by Thea Edwards and Wendy Hessler.
The pollution/diabetes link, Living on Earth, Sept. 3, 2010
Traffic may drive some people to diabetes, ScienceNews, Aug. 17, 2010, by Janet Raloff.
Are plastics making us fat? The Wall Street Journal, Aug. 13, 2010, by Allysia Finley.
Diabetes linked to traffic air pollution; Risk increases with inflammation, Environmental Health News, July 15, 2010, by Emily Barrett.
Mice moms, sons end up diabetic after short BPA exposure during pregnancy, Environmental Health News, July 1, 2010, by Emily Barrett and Wendy Hessler.
Can environmental contaminants contribute to the development of diabetes? The Collaborative on Health and the Environment blog, June 2, 2010 by Sarah Howard.
Inhaling diabetes? Study suggests link between air pollution and type 2 diabetes in women, Medical News Today, May 27, 2010.
Chemicals may increase diabetes risk, not just genes, weight and exercise, ABC News, May 25, 2010, by Courtney Hutchinson.
New mass screening method finds additional environmental risks for diabetes, Scientific American, May 21, 2010, by Katherine Harmon.
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5 reasons that may explain why type 1 diabetes is on the rise, U.S. News, April 26, 2010, by January W. Payne.
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Can preventing pollution also prevent diabetes? Generation Green, the blog of the Center for Environmental Health, April 19, 2010, by Sarah Howard.
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