Eating desserts made of snow may be considered if one lives in a more rural area where vehicle traffic and pollution are not common.
Chinese parents are calling for the government to do something with the toxic smog that has covered Beijing over the past week.
Using scented candles in closed homes during winter may be releasing carcinogens, say expert studies.
California State officials have partially lifted the ban on rock and Dungeness crabs.
A number of over-the-counter medications and additives are administered to dogs, but a lot of them can be fatal.
Atmospheric contamination is telling on avian romance.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a new once-a-day HIV pill.
Xylitol, a sugar-substitute used in human foods, is extremely toxic for dogs.
Flame retardant, TCEP, was identified in Americans for the first time, according to a new study.
A new study reported that laundry detergent pods can pose a huge threat to young children.
Researchers have discovered a way in which a specific genetic mutation leads to neuronal damage in two serious afflictions, according to a new study.
Researchers are working on an approach that would prevent brain damage in civilians and military troops exposed to poisonous chemicals.
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.
Yellow dye found in certain products, such as clothing, could be hazardous to health, according to a new study.
Researchers reported that even if sugar consumption does not lead to weight gain, it could cause biological changes.
Senior citizens are at the top of the list of people at risk for contracting and unfortunately, passing away from the coronavirus. This is in great part due to their weaker immune systems and common existing health problems associated with aging. As such, it has been highly recommended that seniors do their best to remain at home to reduce the likelihood of contracting the virus.