A recent study connects fluoride levels in pregnant women to lower measures of intelligence in their children. Researchers found a link between high levels of fluoride in the urine of pregnant women with lower IQ scores in their offspring.
Lurking within common household products are a myriad of chemicals. Environmental Working Group has investigated over 2,000 household cleaning products on the American market and found many contain chemicals linked to serious health problems.
Canadians have expressed their desire for mandatory labeling of genetically modified (GMO) foods for over 20 years. But despite that desire, some of them are unknowingly buying and eating GMO salmon.
What if eating things like oatmeal and quinoa could lower your risk of developing colorectal cancer? According to a recent report, eating whole grains and avoiding processed meat might have a huge impact on your cancer risk.
Procter & Gamble Company, the world’s largest maker of household cleaning and personal care products, recently announced it will share all fragrance ingredients in its products.