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Cell phones pose plenty of risks, but none of them are cancer
One of the largest studies yet on the relationship between cell phones and cancer hasn't shifted the scientific viewpoint.
How worried should we be that glyphosate was found in our Cheerios?
It depends on which scientific organization—or advocacy group—you ask.
The EPA’s latest news on asbestos has a lot of people nervous
The carcinogen is banned in 55 countries, but not here.
The problem with taking scientific questions to court
Juries can blame a product for giving you cancer—but that doesn’t mean it’s true.
How worried should I really be about carcinogens?
Some concern is beneficial but obsessing is often futile.
Coffee Doesn’t Cause Cancer: World Health Organization
Here's the latest guess...
No, Wearable Electronics Are Not Like Cigarettes
Everybody just calm down
DNA Analysis Catches Carcinogens in a Simple Saliva Sample
Researchers presenting at the 242nd National Meeting and Exposition of the American Chemical Society this week in Denver have demonstrated … Continued
My Quest To Analyze Every Man-Made Chemical In My Body
Every day we're exposed to thousands of man-made chemicals, some of which seep into our bodies and remain there for decades. What that means for our health, we don't fully...
A Million Plastic Balls to Halt Carcinogens
Plastic spheres block sunlight—and cancer