Johnson & Johnson has been ordered to pay a hefty sum of $110 million to Lois Slemp for causing her cancer. The court believed that the talc and baby powder products used for feminine hygiene were not labeled as a risk to cause ovarian cancer.
FDA warned major fast food chains about the dangers of acylamide in food. Acrylamide is a chemical formed when starchy foods are roasted, fried, baked or toasted.
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA)'s study shows that palm oil, one of Nutella's main ingredients, is carcinogenic.
Makeup has harmful ingredients such as mercury and parabens which cause skin cancer.
Health authorities have recently tagged the watercress plant as an improbably defense against carcinogen in the smoking population.
Researchers concluded that grilled and barbecued meats could increase one's risk of developing kidney cancer.
Flame retardant, TCEP, was identified in Americans for the first time, according to a new study.
The U.S Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has added four more substances to its list of carcinogens.
A new study reported that hairdressers' blood contain more carcinogens than other women who do not use hair treatments, such as dyes.
According to Consumer Reports, a chemical used in sodas could be a cause of cancer.
An eight-year-old girl from China was recently diagnosed with lung cancer. She is believed to be the youngest ever reported case in China's history.
The cancer agency of the World Health Organization, the International Agency for Research on Cancer, announced that air pollution is a carcinogen.
After a California law required PepsiCo Inc. and Coca-Cola Co. to print warning labels if their sodas contain 4-Mel, a possible carcinogen, both companies have stated that they will remove the high levels of 4-Mel. Despite this, a watchdog group found that Pepsi sold every where but California still contain high levels of 4-Mel.
The pursuit of luscious, red lips may be putting women in danger, according to scientists who recently found alarming levels of toxins in popular lipsticks and lip glosses.
Participants in the study were those who participated in the rescue, recovery and cleanup efforts of the attacks on the World Trade Center.
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