re women suddenly running rampant in the streets by the millions, threatening society in unexpected ways?
There have long been suspicions over the levels of toxins in make-up, with numerous reports paying close attention, in particular, to lead levels in lipsticks.
The women’s group “Liberal Ladies Who Lunch” is putting together an unusual event, which it is calling “Access Denied: Sex Strike.”
Small doses can have big health effects. That is a main finding of a new report, three years in the making, published Wednesday by a team of 12 scientists who study hormone-altering chemicals.
As a scientist, I am often asked what “proof” links hormone-altering chemicals to diseases and birth defects. One mother questions whether exposures during her pregnancy caused her child’s autism.
A study provides new evidence that environmental chemicals that mimic estrogen's effects may contribute to women's risk of certain cancers.
Women are being warned to stay away from beauty products that contain a toxic ingredient — mercury.