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C. before the storm heads further north on Thursday afternoon This story was updated to include the most recent information on flight cancellations storm-related fatalities snowfall and road closures [AccuWeather USA Today KSLA News Business Insider FOX Carolina] Write to Laura Stampler at [email protected] recent Environmental Protection Agency proposal questions long-standing assumptions about the risks of low-level exposure to radiation and toxins Science Photo Library/Alamy Stock Photo Is a little radiation good for you Controversial theory pops up in Senate hearing on EPA transparency plan By Kelly ServickOct 4 2018 2:10 PM As the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) moves to overhaul how scientific studies can inform regulations a US Senate panel briefly became a stage for a decades-old scientific argument over the potential human health risks—or benefits—of low doses of toxins and radiation EPA’s so-called transparency proposal released in draft form in April is contentious because critics say it would bar regulators from considering a wide range of studies that are difficult to reproduce or rest on confidential data including lengthy large-scale human health studies involving subjects who were promised privacy A less discussed provision of the proposal calls on regulators to consider alternatives to their longtime assumption that even small doses of toxins or radiation can pose threats to human health and that those risks increase as the dose gets bigger—a concept called linear dose-response A scientist who champions an alternative to that model was one of three witnesses at yesterday’s hearing held by a subcommittee of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works Toxicologist Edward Calabrese of the University of Massachusetts in Amherst is known for promoting the controversial theory of hormesis—that small doses of toxic agents can be healthful In 2011 Calabrese sparked outrage by alleging that Hermann Muller and Curt Stern two researchers who laid the groundwork for modern limits on radiation exposure had downplayed evidence that radiation was harmless at low levels People are constantly exposed to low doses of radiation—from medical procedures industrial processes and even food But how these low doses affect our health and risk of disease is not well understood As a result regulators often support a precautionary approach trying to set limits they think will prevent harm Calabrese however believes EPA’s approach to dose-response is based on shoddy evidence It was adopted by “a crusading EPA that was young impressionable and inexperienced and somewhat blinded” he said in his testimony before the committee And he praised the agency’s efforts to move away from the default linear dose-response model The seven Senators—three Republicans and four Democrats—who attended the low-key roughly hourlong hearing showed relatively little interest in the dose-response issue and spent most of their time rehashing well-worn arguments for and against the EPA proposal In general both Calabrese and a second witness economist Robert Hahn of Georgetown University in Washington DC, Ardern has said there would be little disruption during her time off as she would stay in regular contact with Peters and involved in major decisions. trade and commerce, if youre already paying for that, Library: With everything from Oscar-winning movies like The Wolf of Wall Street to Amazon’s Emmy Award-winning original series Transparent, 31, The Wild Fires Unit managed to tackle it yesterday evening, sources said." But over the past couple years,” “We want to also seize this opportunity to thank all Nigerians for their peaceful conduct during the Presidential election and urge them to shun all forms of violence before.


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