Up until now 27 chemical elements were considered to be essential for human life. Well, now there are 28 and the latest edition is bromine.
A new study found that 40 childcare centers in California expose young children to dangerous flame retardants.
A new reported listed 17 every day items that release chemicals tied to an increased risk of breast cancer.
The Environmental Working Group reported finding ADA in nearly 500 food products found in the supermarket.
Exposure to perfluorinated chemicals increased overweight children's risk of metabolic changes, a new study reported.
Yellow dye found in certain products, such as clothing, could be hazardous to health, according to a new study.
Subway announced that it plans on removing a chemical additive from its bread products.
Researchers reported that mice exposed to BPA while still in the womb had a greater risk of developing liver cancer.
According to Consumer Reports, a chemical used in sodas could be a cause of cancer.
Researchers reported that putting warnings on individual cigarettes could encourage smokers to quit.
The FDA is seeking tighter controls over antibacterial soap and body wash.
Researcher reported that some of the chemicals used in fracking could harm hormone functions.
Researchers found that the sales of diet soda has fallen by 6.8 percent in dollar terms.
Researchers found that when it comes to laying eggs, fruit flies become extremely picky.
In a new study, researchers reported that marijuana has the potential to treat autoimmune disorders.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.