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How EPA Prioritizes Chemical Risk Assessments
Chemical Families: Similar but Not the Same
Tips: Returning to School during COVID-19
Guides: COVID-19 and the Dangers of Self-Medicating
Tips: Using and Handling Disinfectants Safely
Chloramines: Understanding “Pool Smell”
Chemistry in Sports: Textile Chemistry & Performance Fabrics
Guides: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Chemistry
FAQs: COVID-19 and How to Stop Its Spread
The Science of Candy: Sugar Chemistry
Keeping Lunch Cool: The Chemistry of Lunch Boxes
Why Chemicals Should be Managed Based on Risks Rather than Hazards Alone
Are Epidemiology Studies Good Tools for Evaluating Chemical Safety?
Celebrating 150 Years of the Periodic Table of Elements
Toys and Chemical Safety
Thanksgiving Chemistry: The Science of a Healthy Feast
Is It Safe to Microwave Plastic? Answering Common Safety Questions About Plastics Food Packaging
The Bright History and Chemistry of Fireworks
What You Want To Know About Insect Repellent and Chemical Safety
Spring Cleaning? All You Need is A Little Elbow Grease and Good Chemistry
Food Coloring and Dyes
Does Coffee Need a Cancer Warning Label in California?
Types of Plastic Food Packaging and Safety: A Close-Up Look
Do Chemicals Affect the Endocrine System?
Six Ways Chemistry Helps Kids Get Back to School
Unmasking Chemistry’s Contributions to Halloween Safety
Infographic: The Dose Makes The Poison
How Chlorine Keeps Pools Safe for Summertime Fun
Sunscreen: Chemical Ingredients and Summertime Safety
Are There Really Thousands of Untested Chemicals in Our Products?
What is a Chemical Exposure?
Chemical Ingredients 101: How to Read a Product Label
Chemistry’s Role in Your Holiday Celebrations
Spotting Bad Science
Vaccine Ingredients: Are they safe?
Sweet Chemistry of 5 Summer Fruits
Chemicals and the Endocrine System | Chemical Safety Facts
Video: Pool Chemical Safety
Video: Chemistry in Building and Construction
Video: Chemistry in the Great Outdoors
Why Did the Chemist Cross the Road?
Debunking the Myths: Are there really 84,000 chemicals?
What Makes Polystyrene Different from Styrene? It’s a Matter of Chemistry.
How Do the Products of Chemistry Help Save Energy?
Understanding Risk and Hazard When it Comes to Chemicals
Chemical Testing & Approval
Government Regulation of Chemicals