The author of a Public Health Watch investigation explains why manganese contamination may be a growing problem in the U.S.
Black women are disproportionately exposed to chemicals that can endanger pregnant people and their babies.
We live in harmony with most fungi, but a small minority threaten human and environmental health.
As intense heat waves become more common, look to a new position to lead the response.
In 2019, nearly 1.7 million people in India died from air pollution, but the smog outside is only part of the problem.
Toxic chemicals are hidden in hundreds of personal care products. We must move decisively to protect consumers.
Rebuilding Ukraine will be a lesson about the costs of war—to both humans and the environment.
Harvard professor Joseph G. Allen argues it’s time to reshape how we design our buildings to stop the spread of respiratory disease.
Public health leaders must take an ecological view of health to stave off future pandemics and sustain a healthy world, says physician Hope Ferdowsian.
A growing body of evidence shows gas stoves may pose health risks, especially in housing with poor ventilation, and contribute to climate change.