Uloma Uche, Ph.D

Environmental Health Science Fellow
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Uloma Uche’s research focuses on non-ionizing electromagnetic frequency. She has a doctorate in public health, with a concentration in environmental and occupational health sciences, from the University of North Texas Health Science Center. Uche’s dissertation examined the association between environmental factors and childhood obesity, and her work has been published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Environmental Research. 
 

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If you look at the manganese amount at this facility, it’s way higher than the national and state average, and it’s also above the health guideline that EWG recommends, which is problematic.

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Lafayette Journal & Courier

That you meet the federal limit does not necessarily mean that your water is safe enough for drinking. These legal limits were actually set based on outdated science.

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Click on Detroit

We are not being exposed to just one contaminant when we’re drinking water. We’re being exposed to multiple contaminants.

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Truthout