A new study has revealed that daily exposure to toxic chemicals called phthalates, commonly used in the manufacture of plastic food containers and many cosmetics, may lead to roughly 100,000 premature deaths among older Americans every year.
The results of a new study have revealed that infants have higher amounts of one type of microplastic in their stool than adults.
A new report released September 29, 2021 finds more cases of major manufacturers selling baby food with high levels of toxic heavy metals.
Delaware’s Attorney General (AG) has filed a lawsuit against Monsanto for PCB contamination–and the subsequent costs of clean-up of these toxins. The lawsuit argues that Monsanto manufactured the toxic chemicals for decades, despite knowing the dangers they posed to the environment and public health.
According to evidence presented at a recent scientific conference on endocrinology (hormonal system) everyday exposure to obesity-promoting chemicals (obesogens) represents a significant risk to public health.
New research demonstrates how chronic arsenic exposure may contribute to the development of Type 2 diabetes.
U.S. consumers continue to have significant concerns about chemicals in food. This, according to the latest annual food industry survey.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has reportedly approved a natural blue food dye that is derived from butterfly pea flower extract.
Pfizer Inc is recalling all lots of its anti-smoking drug Chantix because it contains high levels of cancer-causing agents.
The increasing use of photo-initiator chemicals in everyday products, especially in medical settings, has raised concerns about their adverse effects on human health.