An overemphasis on blood testing and case management for even low exposures is draining resources and ignoring the real need: Removing lead paint.
More and more communities are emerging as hotspots for drinking water tainted with perflourochemicals used in making Teflon, Gor-Tex, and hundreds of other commercial products. Are they harmful? This article investigates.
Researchers call for greater caution, but skeptics say the evidence from rat studies is not convincing
How a Father’s Preconception Exposures Might Affect the Health of His Children
By giving immunotherapies in tandem, researchers hope to broaden the benefits.
A long-term study of childhood disease burned through $1.3 billion in taxpayer funds, only to be mothballed before it ever got off the ground. Why? Read the article to find out. Cited by NPR as a “must-read” article for Memorial Day weekend 2016.