'Fox & Friends' marked "National Anthem Day" Sunday by praising country music and claiming "toxic masculinity" in the U.S. military helps keep Americans safe.
Anna Norquist thought she had the flu. Days later she was fighting for her life.
The Camp Fire in California's Butte County created so much smoke that it made the air quality hazardous to breathe.
Long-term benzene exposure can lead to multiple health conditions, including leukemia.
The red tide algae has caused beach closures in Palm Beach County.
Algeria's health minister wants people not to provoke animals, but people say better care would have saved woman's life.
Kansas found contaminated groundwater near Wichita, but did not investigate whether it had spread to private wells for six years.
Mushroom consumption can cause vomiting, diarrhea, vital organ damage or death.
Ten manatees suffering from exposure to toxic algae have been brought to SeaWorld Orlando since May 2.
"It smells like death."
Volcanic ash continued to sputter from a volcano on Hawaii's Big Island, raising health concerns about exposure to the toxic plumes.
A 50-year-old woman had to have emergency surgery after falling asleep in her mascara for 25 years.
The agency is gutting research focused on such products.
Japan's "Little Sunfish" brought back never-before-seen footage of the Fukushima nuclear plant, which has claimed a number of prior devices.
The Siberian region declared a state of emergency after more than 100 people were poisoned.
Centuries ago, Indian princes would bathe in the lake. In modern times, even the poorest villagers going anywhere near it.
It's as yet unclear what degree of risk the particles pose but researchers fear they could lead to brain diseases.
Local residents are blaming a farmer who allowed the grass to grow unchecked in his field.
Susan Hedman's resignation comes as criticism of both the state and federal response to the toxic-water crisis continues to grow.
Cases of Parkinson's, hormonal development disorders and learning difficulties are rife in areas where they are used, but policy is often highjacked by industry in the fight to ban dangerous chemicals