The dirty truth about benzene in dry shampoos

Cosmetics and personal hygiene products must comply with strict regulations to ensure they are safe for consumers. This includes everything from what goes into them and how they are made to what companies print on the label. Unfortunately, there are still situations where these products put consumers in danger. For example, dry shampoo, could contain

Who can apply for compensation after Camp Lejeune contamination?

Between 1953 and 1987, two drinking water wells at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune in North Carolina were contaminated with dangerous chemicals. Although the Marine Corps previously knew about the contamination, the wells were not closed off until 1985. By then, the damage had been done. Over a million people — Marines, their families, civilian

Gender disparity in crash-test dummies raises safety concerns

Research shows women are more likely than men to suffer injuries in car crashes. There are several reasons for this, including the fact that men generally drive heavier vehicles. And yet crash tests seeking ways to improve safety are still done using crash-test dummies representative of an average-size man – but not an average-size woman.

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