In a small study, researchers found a link between BPA exposure and an increased risk of miscarriage.
Researchers report that moderate exposure to arsenic could increase heart attack and stroke risks.
In mice models, researchers found that mice who were exposed to smoke during pregnancy increased the risk of asthma for their great-grandchildren.
Researchers found that studying a blue whale's ear wax could reveal a lot about the whale's chemical biography.
Researchers found that under favorable conditions, a particular yeast microbe cell will divide into two younger cells, remaining young forever.
Researchers found that chronic exposure to ground level ozone increased one's risk of dying prematurely from cardiovascular diseases.
State health officials from New Hampshire announced that eight brain surgery patients might be at risk of a deadly and rare brain disease that is similar to "mad cow."
In a new report, researchers found that carbon monoxide can pass through gypsum walls, otherwise known as drywall.
In a new study, researcher Nevil Pierse found that cooler temperatures in bedrooms could lead to poorer lung function in children.
Researchers reported that a new malaria vaccine was tested in a small U.S. study and yielded very positive results.
Survival rates for malignant melanoma in the UK has risen from 50 percent to 80 percent.
Researchers found that early exposure to antibiotics could increase a child's risk of developing eczema, a skin disease characterized by itchiness.
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 survey revealed that the majority of parents are not worried about how long their children use media screens.
A new study reported that BPA exposure changed sex-based behaviors in mice.