Flame retardants and pesticides continue to hamper the intellectual development of American children.
Food consumption and at-home use of bug sprays expose us to chemical sprays that may cause cardiovascular problems.
If people in your household use modern electronics, they might be exposed to potentially dangerous compounds.
Your body heat might trigger the release of potentially harmful chemicals in your mattress.
Half of all chemical injuries from swimming pool treatments happen at home—and a third of them involve teenagers.
Tackle this year's ritual with safety top of mind—your lungs and skin will be forever grateful.
Our feline friends aren't the only ones excited about this plant—researchers are learning how its active ingredient could lead to breakthroughs in medicine.
We all trail a personal cloud of bacteria, viruses, fungi, plant particles, chemicals and even microscopic animals.
Chemical culprits include bisphenols, phthalates, perfluoroalkyls, artificial food colors, nitrates and nitrites.
Household dust contains 45 potential toxins that come from everyday products such as furniture, carpeting, electronics and toys.
Early exposure to agricultural sprays could raise risk of COPD later.
Study: Women with higher blood levels of common chemicals are more likely to deliver early.