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Plastic toys expose children to chemicals that can negatively affect their health.
In “The Great Secret,” Jennet Conant shows how a World War II tragedy would eventually help in the war against cancer.
The popular weed killer has been linked to tens of thousands of cases of non–Hodgkin lymphoma.
A first-of-its-kind study finds these first responders are exposed to higher levels of toxic cancer-causing chemicals.
Mark Ruffalo stars as a lawyer who takes on a chemical giant in this movie inspired by real events.
Contaminated rice-based foods, sweet potatoes and fruit juices are among those that threaten a baby’s developing brain.
The herbicide has been making headlines over allegations it could be linked to cancer—but scientists say there are other risks too.
Monsanto’s herbicide faces thousands of such claims.
What’s behind the decline of sperm in men’s semen?
Parental alert: Old playthings may be less expensive and more convenient than new gadgets but can injure children.
Recent tests found traces of glyphosate in the company’s products. The chemical has been linked to cancer and NAFLD.
A recent report shows up to one in 12 cosmetics marketed to African-American women contain highly hazardous substances.
A wide range of products—from canned foods to cleansers—may be contributing to a higher risk of metabolic illnesses.
Studies show these cleansers don’t stop the spread of germs any better than plain soap and water, plus they may be unsafe for daily use.
Pizza boxes, new shoes, electronics and even carpet treatments may contain carcinogenic ingredients.
Studies show a whopping 65 percent of produce in the United States still tests positive for verboten chemicals.
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