PCB concentration of 9mg/kg is already considered damaging to marine mammals, meaning the PCBs found in Lulu's blubber extremely goes beyond the limit.
Find out which house plant to choose for the biggest improvement of air quality in your home.
Health experts warn about certain ingredients in underarm products. But do they really pose serious health risks?
A new study has once again has proven that depending your daily meals in fast food is unhealthy and can lead to possible death.
New moms around the world can rest easy knowing that their gardening chores won't put their children at risk. According to a new and independent study conducted by university researchers, the herbicide glyphosate cannot accumulate in mother's breast milk.
Insecticides may affect cognitive development in children, according to a new study.
A commonly used household pesticide is reportedly linked to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children and young teens, particularly boys, according to a new study.
Earth's ozone is in good shape, according to scientists, thanks to the Montreal Protocol, which has helped us avoid severe ozone depletion.
It might seem strange, but horse hair can actually reveal hidden clues of the animal's behavior and ecology, according to a new study.
Chemicals commonly used for shale drilling were discovered in the tap water of three Pennsylvania homes, according to a new analysis.
It is well known that plastic pollution is riddling our oceans and threatening various marine life, so now scientists are using drones to map out this debris and better understand how to deal with the problem.
"Flameproof" is not usually a word that you would use to describe a bird, and yet that's exactly the type of falcons and hawks that Canadian researchers have discovered recently in Vancouver, new research shows.
Polar bears have enough to worry about with climate change, and now new research shows that their health is threatened by environmental contaminants, which are starting to affect their endocrine system and reproduction.
As if polar bears don't have enough problems, not only are they suffering due to climate change-related sea ice loss, but now new research indicates that pollution is giving them brain damage.