In a new report, a team of ecotoxicologists examined how the United States Environmental Protection Agency's (USEPA) carried out their evaluations on pesticide safety.
According to the researchers from Washington State University, what one's great-grandparents were exposed to can increase one's risk of developing different kinds of diseases.
A new study found a link between exposure to pesticides in the womb and autism risk.
Harvard professor debunks claim that selfies are spreading head lice in teenagers.
California health officials are warning consumers to avoid eating edible cacti because they were sprayed with a toxic pesticide in Mexico.
When bees are exposed to low levels of a particular pesticides, their behavior changes and they stop working properly for their colonies, a new study finds. The pesticide is identified as “neonicotinoid pesticides” and it does not directly kill bees.
Wilsonville, Or., woke up last Saturday to a shocking scene. In a parking lot, about 25,000 bumblebees lay dead in what Xerces Society considers the largest known incident of bumblebee deaths in the United States.
Researchers reviewed 104 studies and found that people who were exposed to pesticides had a higher risk of developing Parkinson's disease.
For the past few years, beekeepers have been forced to contend with a mysterious illness that kills honeybees en masse – and it is apparently getting worse.
The fetus' exposure to pesticide DTT used for 30 years in the U.S. might increase the risk for developing hypertension in adulthood.
A new study reveals that organic tomatoes really are healthier than conventionally grown tomatoes.
Besides being annoying, bugs and self-absorbed narcissists now have another thing in common: both spend a lot of time grooming themselves.