Researchers have discovered that higher levels of tungsten in the blood stream were linked to a substantially greater risk of suffering a stroke,
As much as we may hate to admit it, toxic pollutants are all around us.
Though we’ve certainly become more aware of the presence of harmful toxins in consumer goods, and there are now government watchdogs in place to block the use of such materials, it still seems like new evils are surfacing every day.
Recently, the Loyola University Health System announced that the first “dangerous air alert” of the year has been issued in the Midwest by the Gottlieb Allergy Count.
Researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison have unveiled an alarming correlation between lead exposure and childhood behavior.
On the heels of a recent study revealing the detrimental effects of air pollution on aging longevity in China, another large-scale research project has revealed even more grisly statistics.
In a large-scale study conducted by researchers from the United States, China and Israel, scientists sought to determine how the expansive air pollution present to the north of the Huai River in China has affected the overall health and life spans of residents there.
Because pesticides and other chemical-laden products are so commonplace, many people n Houston may instinctively use these items around the house without considering the harm they could cause.
According to a press release from the Harvard School of Public Health, expectant mothers who are routinely exposed to “diesel particulates, lead, manganese, mercury, methylene chloride and other pollutants” during these all-important nine months could be more likely to give birth to children with autism.
The chemicals emitted in car exhaust can actually set off a terrifying transformation in our bodies – turning the “good,” heart-healthy cholesterol in our systems into its artery-clogging counterpart.