Yellow dye found in certain products, such as clothing, could be hazardous to health, according to a new study.
A new study is reporting that overweight or obese people have an increased risk of developing health complications due to air pollutants.
Researchers reported that mice exposed to BPA while still in the womb had a greater risk of developing liver cancer.
Researchers reported that their peanut allergy treatment was a success.
In a new study examining elementary, middle and high school students, researchers found that students continue to be exposed to food commercialism.
Cardiologists are being urged to reduce radiations from cardiology procedures that equals more than 50 chest X-rays per person each year.
Researchers reported that underage youth might be exposed to alcohol frequently via social media.
Stanford researchers found that passive smoking did not have a clear link to increased lung cancer risk.
A new study reported that people who watched six or more hours of the media coverage of the Boston Marathon bombings per day suffered from acute stress.
Researchers found that movie characters that are violent also tend to engage in bad behaviors, such as smoking and drinking.
Researchers reported that pregnant women who were exposed more frequently to phthalates were more likely to have preterm births.
Researchers found that exposure to one pro-smoking message increased smoking intention for college students.
Researchers reported that exposure to particulate matter during 9/11 could be tied to kidney damage.
A new report found that too many people under 21 are still being exposed to alcohol advertising.
Researchers found that children who were exposed to cortisol-like drugs in the womb might have a higher risk of emotional disorders.