The long-lasting chemicals known as PFAS are increasingly turning up in public drinking water systems, private wells and even food.
"Last Week Tonight" targeted PFAS, the group of "forever chemicals" linked to cancer and other diseases.
The Great Lake State sits at the confluence of America’s intersecting water crises.
The EPA is expected to sign off on four new chemicals in the PFAS family, even as concerns mount about their devastating health effects.
Perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl, which are used to make products stain- and water-resistant, have been linked to adverse health effects.
While there's little we can do to avoid consuming PFAS, there are a few foods that contain a particularly large amount of them.
The FDA banned chemicals that hold your beloved cheese-and-pepperoni.