New study shows PFAS compounds may be found in more cities than previously realized.
Twenty-nine states to consider more than 180 such policies in 2020.
Prenatal exposure to flame retardants may increase the risk of reading problems in young children, according to a new study at Columbia University.
The Child Safe Products Act would outlaw the sale of some toys and other children's products like car seats and bedding that can contain over 100 harmful and toxic substances.
Scientist and adventurer Arlene Blum discusses her research on cancer-causing chemicals in kid's pajamas in the 70s and chemical safety today.
Researchers are only beginning to understand the risks associated with dust from the West's dry lakebeds. Dust from the Salton Sea and Great Salt Lake could carry toxic pollution.
Popular brands of televisions sold by Amazon and Best Buy in the US contain potentially hazardous flame retardants linked to health problems including cancers and learning difficulties, according to a new report.
Department of Agriculture toxicologist Kay Fritz revealed that the agency is aware of contaminated milk, but doesn't want to test the animals or alert the public.
Despite the mounting concerns over lead exposure from wild game, lead ammunition use continues as hunters and their families remain unaware or deeply mistrustful of the dangers
New study bolsters evidence that certain chemicals may alter social development—but also reinforces the protective effect of folic acid during pregnancy
EHN is teaming up with The George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health to bring you the voices of next generation environmental health leaders
Trump's environmental protection rollbacks quietly continue, but there are more signs of climate awakening in TV news.