An oil refinery accident could expose nearby residents to a flesh-eating vapor cloud of modified hydrofluoric acid.
One 9-year-old had 91 times the average level of biomarkers for toluene, a chemical that can damage livers and kidneys.
U.S. regulatory agencies are pushing to discredit independent evidence of harm while favoring pro-industry science.
People are dying from deadly chemicals as elected officials skirt the issue.
The current U.S. policy on food additives, written in 1958, has since been co-opted by corporations.
Communities deserve the right to know if toxic chemicals are being released into their air, water, food and soil.
Some harmful chemicals in recycled plastics can be traced to electronics recycling.
PFAS substances linked to cancer have likely leached into drinking water that supplies metropolitan D.C.
Despite mounting evidence that PFAS are harming people’s health, the EPA has yet to regulate the chemicals.
Recently banned cancer-causing additives will be on grocery shelves all year, unless companies are pressured.