McClymonds High Students Transferred From Oakland Middle School Classrooms McClymonds High students, force to temporarily relocate from their school because of the discovery of a dangerous chemical in the groundwater under their campus, have been reunited after spending nearly two weeks divided up between three other Oakland schools, officials said.
Oakland Residents Furious At Town Hall About McClymonds High ContaminationAngry West Oakland residents attended a town hall meeting demanding answers but leaving with more questions as McClymonds High School remains closed after tests revealed a high level of a carcinogen on campus.
McClymonds HS Students Resuming Classes At 3 Other Oakland SchoolsOakland Unified School District officials said Monday that McClymonds High School students will be separated and resume classes Tuesday at three schools after they were displaced.
California May Declare Acetaminophen, Common Pain Killer, A CarcinogenCalifornia is considering whether to label one of the United States' most common drugs a carcinogen.
California Moves to Clear Coffee of Cancer-Risk StigmaCalifornia officials bucked a recent court ruling Friday and offered reassurance to concerned coffee drinkers that their fix won't give them cancer.
California Coffee Shops Must Post Warning Signs About Cancer-Causing Ingredient
Carcinogen In Coffee Sold In California Prompts Push For Cancer WarningCoffee could carry an ominous cancer warning in California if a nonprofit group prevails in a Los Angeles courtroom.
California To Require Cancer Warning Label On Roundup Weed KillerThe Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment announced that Roundup's main ingredient, glyphosate, is a chemical known to cause cancer.
Study: Fast Food Wrappers Contain Cancer-Causing ChemicalsYou already knew fast food wasn't the healthiest option, but a new study is revealing a new health concern, in the packaging.
ConsumerWatch: Environmental Watchdog Group Sues Shampoo MakersNearly 100 shampoos and liquid soaps sold in California contain a chemical that should be flagged as carcinogenic under state law, but isn’t, according to a Bay Area-based environmental watchdog group.
San Jose Recycled Water Tests Positive For CarcinogenA new study indicates trace amounts of NDMA, a potentially dangerous chemical that is believed to cause cancer, in San Jose groundwater.