Why can’t unbridled consumerism take a breather on holidays?
Leaders of the $70 billion cosmetics industry won't stop putting formaldehyde in their products, decades after cancer risks first surfaced.
Flame retardants in everything from couch cushions to tents may be poisoning us all for no good reason.
The shampoo company could do a lot more to further feminine empowerment.
Why does Wall Street tank on news portending economic gains for most Americans?
A chemical that might be safe in its normal-sized form may not be when it goes nano.
By huge margins, consumers don't want Frankenfoods on their tables.
The "young urban male" couture trend is squeezing men's legs and wallets.