Triclosan and other ingredients found in many anti-bacterial household products, are building up in the environment, which can change the ecosystem and fuel bacterial resistance to antibiotics.
Groundbreaking new research suggests BPA may be a leading factor in irritable bowel disease.
Swedish researchers found that organic solvents in varnish, paint and other products can harm the nervous system.
Some of the conveniences that come with modern life, such as nonstick cookware, waterproof clothing and stain-resistant carpets, come with a downside — the chemicals used to make them are ending up in the water supply.
A new study finds more than one-third of Americans take a prescription medication that has the potential to cause depression and increase the likelihood of suicide.
Studies suggest triclosan can disrupt thyroid function, alter hormone levels, weaken cardiac and skeletal muscle, and contribute to antibiotic resistance. So why is this ingredient still found in some brands of toothpaste?
Yet lurking in certain kinds these pleasantly scented cleaning agents are pesticides and other toxins that pose a health risk.
Unknown by many, kitchen towels may be one of the top sources of potential bacterial contamination.
A new study examined the side effects of statins and found users are nine to 100 times more likely to suffer from MND symptoms.
4,000 other plaintiffs are suing Monsanto as well, claiming exposure to glyphosate led to the development of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma (NHL) in themselves or their loved ones.