Abstract: Dispels misinformation about environmental hazards and the sometimes impossible goals of the EPA. How to tell the difference between 'junk science' and real scientific studies.
Keywords: book review, environment, health, radon, asbestos, radiation, EPA, environmental protection agency, housing, government policy, United States, risk assessment, press coverage, safety regulations, lead based paint, electromagnetic fields.
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Title: Haunted Housing: How Toxic Scare Stories are Spooking the Public
Author: Cassandra Chrones Moore
Publisher: Cato Institute
Date Published: February 1997
ISBN: 1882577426
LOCN: RA770.M66 1997
Dewey: 613/.5 21
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Author:        Moore, Cassandra Chrones.
Title:         Haunted housing : how toxic scare stories are
                  spooking the public out of house and home / Cassandra Chrones
Published:     Washington, DC : Cato Institute, 1997.
Description:   p. cm.
LC Call No.:   RA770.M66 1997
Dewey No.:     613/.5 21
ISBN:          1882577418
               1882577426 (pbk.)
Notes:         Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subjects:      Housing and health -- Government policy -- United
               Health risk assessment -- Press coverage --
                  United States.
               Asbestos -- Safety regulations -- United States.
               Radon -- Safety regulations -- United States.
               Lead based paint -- Safety regulations -- United
               Electromagnetic fields -- Safety regulations --
                  United States.
Control No.:   97000485 //r97


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