Cancer & Environment
Whether it’s at work, at home or in nature, our surrounding environment has a big impact on our health. Take a deep dive into the correlation between cancer and the environment.
Planes, trains and automobiles are getting the “going green” treatment, showing promise for the future of healthier travel.
Photoinitiators are used in a variety of everyday objects—including medical instruments. A new study reveals how exposure to certain types of this chemical may pose a cancer risk.
PFAS are found in everyday products from makeup to food packaging and may increase cancer risk, but the U.S. has fallen short when it comes to protecting consumers from these “forever chemicals.”
The US is the top oil producer in the world, but emerging research is finding that a push for profit may come at the expense of citizens’ health.
U.S. military bases across the Middle East are partaking in open air burn pits to cheaply destroy unwanted items. In the process, some soldiers are paying a deadly price.
A house is a sanctuary, but the materials used to create your home may be impacting your wellbeing. We deconstruct the toxins you can avoid to create a safer – and healthier – abode.
By now, we are well aware of the destruction that climate change can inflict upon our planet. But what about its detrimental effects on cancer risk, survival and the ability to get the care you need?
The health effects of the twin towers tragedy are only just recently being understood well.
Cancer clusters are difficult to confirm for many reasons, but once a cluster is identified, what comes next?
Environmentalist and Plastic Patrol founder Lizzie Carr found activism through one unusual journey: her treatment for cancer.