It makes sense that what we’re exposed to can affect our health, including our fertility. And the latest research shows exactly how much.
You can’t smoke in most restaurants and malls, and those laws may be responsible for saving thousands of lives.
Researchers say unhealthy diets and lack of exercise aren’t the only culprits in obesity. BPA may share some of the blame.
If you started using reusable bags exclusively starting at age 25, you could save more than 21,000 plastic bags in your lifetime. Point being: sustainable eating doesn’t have to be hard, and it also doesn’t have to be …
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A new study questions the safety of triclosan, a common chemical in antibacterial products like soap, toothpaste and mouthwash
Ever take a sip from your garden hose? Testing on water from standard hoses finds that it’s contaminated with harmful chemicals, including lead, BPA and phthalates. Get the full scoop on our companion blog Ideas.
Mood disorders join a long list of ailments linked to late-night exposure to artificial lighting, TVs and computer screens
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced on Tuesday that baby bottles and sippy cups can no longer contain bisphenol-A (BPA), the endocrine-disrupting chemical found in plastics and food packaging.
A new study shows just how quickly exposure to air pollution can trigger dangerous changes in the heart, even in otherwise healthy young people.
A new study finds that despite equal levels of chemicals in their homes, nonwhite toddlers had more exposure to flame retardant toxins than their white peers.
Inflammation and unhealthy clotting factors decreased in Beijing as pollution levels dropped during the 2008 Olympic Games. In order to maintain that trend, a researcher has some advice: drive less.
It’s easy to blame parents when young children gain too much weight, but the latest research suggests that certain obesity risk factors are out of Mom and Dad’s control.