Researchers reported that pregnant women who were exposed more frequently to phthalates were more likely to have preterm births.
In a small study, researchers found a link between BPA exposure and an increased risk of miscarriage.
Researchers found that in mouse models, the brain does not register artificial sweeteners as a reward, which could prompt the brain to want more sugar later.
Japanese researchers developed a new brain scan imaging technique that could detect the buildup of tau protein.
Five girls from Fresno, CA suffered second-degree burns when lime juice on their skin reacted to the sun's ultraviolet light.
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.
If you've got a problem, talk about it. Scientists found that sharing your problems in times of stress really can help improve mood because if produces the "feel-good" hormone oxytocin.
Researchers found that the household chemical, BPA, could be tied to increasing obesity rates for young girls between nine and 12-years-old.
A new study reported that BPA exposure changed sex-based behaviors in mice.
A new study discovered that Agent Orange, a chemical used in the Vietnam War era, is tied to causing lethal version of prostate cancer.
Previous studies found that plants communicate with each other by making "clicking" sounds, and now scientists have discovered why.
FDA announces that it will look into the possible side effects of the ingredient, triclosan, which is found in over 75 percent of hand and body soaps.
A 42-year-old UK man was left screaming in agony when a cheap shower gel he was using burned off a layer of skin on his penis and testicles.
Researchers discovered that lecithin, which is abundant in egg yolks, can increase one's risk for heart attack and stroke.
Researchers believe that microorganisms can be made to consume carbon dioxide and convert it into biofuels.
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.