One of the world's largest producers of personal care products, J&J has vowed to remove many chemicals from its baby products
An analysis of toys and other children's products finds low levels of dozens of industrial chemicals
Most doctors do not warn pregnant patients about chemicals, pesticides or even mercury contamination
Beauty products are largely unregulated, according to this special report
North Richmond, Calif.'s political climate is transforming from polluted company town to vanguard in the quest for environmental equity
Low-income residents in North Richmond, Calif., save money on shelter, but pay the price in health
Hunted to near extinction, the swan is taking advantage of warmer, longer summers to expand its range and numbers
Anastas is leaving the EPA to return to academia but still maintains that green chemistry "can meet environmental and economic goals simultaneously"
Over the past 10 years, there have been hundreds of accidents involving chlorine nationwide, injuring thousands
Hardly anyone has heard of them, but millions of pounds of glymes are used every year to make household products
Candidates of either party who take an environmental stance on climate can gain the votes of some citizens while not alienating others, according to a Stanford University survey
Driven by revelations of lead in children’s toys, hormone-mimicking chemicals in plastic baby bottles and controversial flame-retardants in furniture, state environmental officials drafted a set of rules aimed at products with chemicals that have been linked to illness or abnormal development
With climate change transforming the Arctic, biologists are scrambling to understand the impact on gray whales and other creatures living in the region
The new head of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences and the National Toxicology Program is attempting to uncover what role chemicals and contaminants may play in human health
Administrator Lisa Jackson announced investigations of BPA and phthalates, among others, as well as a push for chemical regulatory reform generally
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