Consumer Alert: A new study has linked common heartburn drugs, such as Prevacid, Prilosec and Nexium, with a higher risk of early death.
Be sure to check the labels of your bath products for ingredients containing one of the most dangerous chemicals commonly found in personal care products.
A new study links both over-the-counter and prescription versions of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) to an increased risk of heart attack.
A new study has found that gluten-free food products contain toxic metals that increase the risk of cancer, cardiovascular disease and neurological problems.
A study finds people in occupations that involve frequent use of disinfectants and sanitizers, such as workers in the healthcare field, are at a markedly higher risk of developing thyroid cancer. Exposure to the chemicals called biocides can double or triple the likelihood of the disease.
A new study has found that people taking common classes of over-the-counter heartburn drugs have a higher risk of suffering from recurrent superbug infections.
May is National Strawberry Month, but before you head to the store to snag a carton of the freshly ripened berries, it’s important to understand the various chemicals likely to be on your fresh fruit.
Titanium dioxide, a common ingredient found in sunscreens, paints and plastics, is also a food additive lurking in a host of supermarket foods, including everything from bread to chewing gum.
A 2013 article in Business Insider suggests a food's "sell by" date "doesn't mean much terms of sizing up a food's safety. But a new study out of Harvard University suggests that while safety may not be a concern, per se, the cellular stress caused by eating aged food can cause you to...
Researchers have found that taking nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), such as ibuprofen, naproxen, aspirin and celecoxib, during an acute respiratory infection may triple the risk of a heart attack.