Microbes in household dust can break down harmful chemicals, study shows
Vinyl flooring and fire retardant furniture foam are apparently to blame, a new study shows
Bacteria thrive in showerheads and throughout household water distribution systems
Synthetic chemicals are ever-present in modern life—in our medications, cosmetics and clothing—but what happens to them when they enter our municipal water supplies?
Concern over the safety of everyday household products, such as baby bottles and soaps, has spurred a wide-ranging research effort into predicting the health risks of tens of thousands of chemicals.