The findings of a recent study suggest that a woman’s risk of endometrial cancer increases by 22% if they have excess cadmium in their bodies.
A jury awarded a California woman $417 million in a lawsuit alleging that Johnson & Johnson’s talcum powder caused her ovarian cancer.
The rate of cancer deaths has declined 25 percent since 1991, according to a report released in January by the American Cancer Society.
Exposure to common chemical disinfectants, sanitizers, sterilizers, and deodorizers may increase the risk of developing thyroid cancer.
A recent study shows that people with bowel cancer who live in the country have a 29% lower chance of dying from the disease.
Low-calorie sweetener use among children rose 200% from 1999-2012, leaving health experts concerned about the potential long-term health effects.
Paclitaxel, a chemotherapy drug used to treat ovarian, breast, and lung cancer, may actually spread breast cancer cells to the lungs.
A fresh batch of Monsanto documents raise more questions about whether or not the company suppressed information showing Roundup causes cancer.
Between 2010-2014, fewer people died from 3 of the 5 leading causes of death in the U.S. – cancer, stroke, and heart disease.
The EPA’s inspector general is investigating allegations that a former EPA official colluded with Monsanto to hide evidence that glyphosate causes cancer.
About 15 million people in 27 states may have drinking water contaminated with perfluorochemicals that come from primarily industrial and military sites.
The FDA quietly started testing for glyphosate residues in foods again after getting flak for testing for less-used herbicides.
Cancer death rates are decreasing for men, women and children; and survival rates are improving. But are the numbers good enough?
A World Health Organization report states that 1.7 million children under age 5 die each year due to environmental pollution, much of which is preventable.
Glyphosate is now officially listed as a carcinogenic substance in California, under the state’s Proposition 65 law. RoundUp will soon have a warning label.
Hot dogs made with nitrites derived from celery juice or celery powder aren’t any safer than those made with artificial sodium nitrite.
Gov. Rick Scott signed Amendment 2 on June 23, 2017, officially making medical marijuana – except for smoking – legal in the state of Florida.