By DR. NANCY A. ANORUO, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- As the novel coronavirus rages on, the search for a cure remains elusive. However, there's no shortage of proponents of unproven... Read More.
(PORT NECHES, Texas) -- At least three people were injured when a powerful explosion erupted at a petrochemical refinery in Texas early Wednesday morning, officials said.Video and images taken by people in... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Mark Ruffalo, the man behind the Marvel superhero the Hulk, is taking a new battle to Capitol Hill: sounding the alarm about harmful man-made compounds known as "forever chemicals.""These chemicals... Read More.
(BURLINGTON, Mass.) -- One person is dead and 10 others have been hospitalized following a chemical incident at a Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant in Burlington, Massachusetts.Investigators were called to the restaurant at... Read More.
(SACRAMENTO, Calif.) -- A toxic chemical has been found in drinking water systems that serve about 7.5 million California residents, according to a report by a nonprofit environmental organization.Variants of the chemical... Read More.
(HOUSTON) -- A Texas man sued his employer this week, claiming the company failed to take action when he complained about rampant racial harassment from white co-workers, who allegedly taunted him because... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- The Food and Drug Administration has announced plans to ban all non-tobacco flavored e-cigarettes and now a study from Duke University raises serious health concerns for people using mint... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Two workers were injured and nearby residents were temporarily placed under a shelter-in-place order after a fire caused a chemical reaction at the Diamond Chemical Co., according to New... Read More.
(MONTGOMERY, Ala.) -- Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey on Monday signed into law a controversial bill that requires chemical castration for convicted child sex offenders before they are released from prison. The bill,... Read More.
(MONTGOMERY, Ala.) -- Alabama lawmakers have passed legislation that would require convicted child sex offenders to undergo “chemical castration treatment” before they are released from prison.The bill, HB 379, which passed unanimously... Read More.