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It's tough to avoid these widespread chemicals, but it may be worth trying.
100 years ago, Jersey City became the first city to chlorinate its drinking water.
While we may be scared by bisphenol A in bottles and formula, it's nothing compared with melamine.
With studies stacking up against the chemical, here's what you need to know to lower your exposure.
Bisphenol A's link to heart disease and diabetes, estrogen and your skin, and sex and your health.
Research on bisphenol A fuels calls for a ban on the chemical's use in hard plastics and metal cans.
Consider the health risks of this invasive procedure before getting—or removing—body art.
In India, farmers find that benefits of pesticides and herbicides may come at a tragically high cost.
How to avoid potentially harmful compounds given off by the plastic
Various small measures can reduce your phthalate load.