A Los Angeles judge ruled in favor of a nonprofit that says coffee sellers must post warnings about a carcinogen.
As athletes with cancer continue to come forward, the government is investigating whether synthetic fields are truly safe.
Experts from Harvard and the American Cancer Society reveal the latest on cancer and diet.
And at The Atlantic, in Beefing with the World Health Organization's Cancer Warnings, Ed Yong suggests: The first wave of
DDT was once thought safe, too. Are we going to keep believing chemical companies when they promise a pesticide is safe, only to find out years later it has threatened human lives?
Do you love apples? You might want to find a new favorite fruit. A new report from the Environmental Working Group found that 80 percent of apples are coated with a pesticide that's banned in Europe because it could be carcinogenic.
Lead, regardless of the level, is found in makeup around the country. Even in makeup intended for kids. Halloween can be an opportunity for toxic mayhem OR it can be an opportunity to learn, educate and buy carefully.
The nation's tobacco industry is facing one monumental impediment to future growth: a shrinking (and dying) customer base of cigarette smokers.
This year, the Breast Cancer Fund's "Prevention is Power" campaign is designed to take consumers beyond pink ribbons and toward understanding how to reduce toxic chemical exposures that are linked to the disease.
LA Unified School District Bans Foam Lunch Trays: Superintendent Cites Environment and Health of Students
The students took collective action to request a ban on polystyrene food trays after they learned during a class trip to a Los Angeles recycling center that food contaminated polystyrene does not get recycled; instead it goes straight to the dump.