A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the week's top international news stories.
For decades, scientists and environmentalists have warned of the dangers certain chemicals pose to humans and the environment. A pair of investigative journalists examine the link between industrial toxins and the rise of death and disease in childhood.
- Alice Shabecoff freelance journalist focusing on family and consumer topics and former executive director of the National Consumers League.
- Philip Shabecoff former environmental correspondent for the New York Times.
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