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The Chemical In 'BPA-Free' Water Bottles May Be Just As Unhealthy As BPA
Even though there is a growing opinion among some scientists that the chemical may be harmful to humans, the FDA reiterated
BPA In Cans Tied To Increased Blood Pressure
By Reuters, Reuters
Hong said in an email that other studies found BPA exposure from canned foods and several papers found harmful effects linked
Why Some Skin Care Products And Those Thermal Receipts May Be A Troubling Combination
On Sept. 29, PCC Natural Markets became the first grocery store chain in the country to roll out a BPA- and BPS-free receipt
BPA Among Toxic Chemicals Driving Up Health Care Costs, Experts Say
New research published on Wednesday offers an example of this financial burden, widely overlooked in the health care debate
Watchdog Warns Of 'Dirty Dozen' Hormone Disruptors As Scientists, Industry Argue Regulation
"We know enough about this chemical," she said. "We know its effects at low doses. We know its concerning effects on organs
Breast Cancer And Dogs: The Next 'Canaries In The Coal Mine'?
Mandi died less than a month later from a neuroendocrine carcinoma. Despite a prognosis of six months to a year, Storm went
Disrupted Development: The Dangers of Prenatal BPA Exposure
President & CEO
Wait, so we may be setting the stage for diseases like breast cancer before a baby is even born?
Top 3 Lessons From Walmart's Bold New Chemical Policy
Co-director U.S. Right to Know; author, “Not Just a Pretty Fac...
Walmart's new policy signals a sea change for companies: complying with regulatory requirements is no longer enough; consumer demand has grown too loud to ignore.
The Dilemma of a Hardcore Environmentalist: Trying Not to Scare the S#*+ Out of My Family, or Succumb to Defeatist Apathy
Senior Writer, UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainab...
Yes, this is turning into a mutant species horror movie. We, the people, are being biologically changed, by chemicals that disrupt our endocrine and neural development.
EPA Quietly Withdraws Two Proposed Chemical Safety Rules
The EPA first submitted the proposal to OMB in May 2010, stating that the agency was "concerned that the hazards of these
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BPA May Lower Men's Testosterone, Study Finds
Patisaul said that the new study was small and did not do a great job of accounting for differences in hormone levels that
Boys With Boobs: Hidden Chemicals Fed to Kids Can Impact Their Health
Bestselling Author, Environmental Health Advocate, Healthy Hom...
Chemicals in the everyday products we use in our homes may be negatively affecting our hormones, says a newly-released study by WHO, the World Health Organization.
Butch, Sundance & BPA
Sr VP for Communications & Strategic Campaigns
If Gov. Brown's administration follows through with designating BPA as a health risk and the industry lawsuit fails, not only will California families benefit, so could the rest of the country.
The Hidden Danger in Recycled Toilet Paper
Founder, Gimme the Good Stuff, Inc.
Would you guess that the product recommendation I struggle with most in my consulting practice is toilet paper?
Chemical Creep: How Toxic Chemicals Are Sneaking Into Your Food, And Your Body
"Even if you go to extremes, it's really hard for a consumer to limit exposure to some of these things," said Collett. "It's
Regulate BPA out the Door
Public Health Policy Director, Moms Clean Air Force
What's wrong with the system? Why don't our regulations prioritize the prevention of chronic health problems due to massive exposures to questionable chemicals?
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WATCH: Half Of All Receipts Are Coated With Dangerous Chemical
The Danger of BPA: Is It Worse Than We Thought?
90% of Americans have tested positive for Bisphenol A, commonly known as BPA. The scientific community is divided on how harmful this commonly found chemical may be. Joining Nancy Redd to shed light on the subject are guests Dr. Kim Harley, Dr. Frederick Vom Saal and Dr. Wolfgang Leidtke.
BPA Could Affect Brain Development By Impacting Gene Regulation, Study Finds
In this newest study in rodents, researchers found that BPA could potentially have a negative effect on development of the
Say Goodbye to the Campbell's Soup Can?
Today's version of the metal can could be a thing of the past, if a consortium of activist groups gets its way. Their target is a chemical that, if banned, could change the very way food is packaged.
BPA Linked With Potential Heart And Kidney Problems
"BPA Linked to Potential Heart and Kidney Problems" originally appeared on Everyday Health. The FDA supports efforts to replace
BPA Research In Mice Fails To Replicate Health Risks
A 2004 U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study that found BPA present in the urine from 93 percent of test
Pink-Ribboned Soup Cans? We Can Taste the Hypocrisy!
Communications manager, Healthy Child, Healthy World
Is it some kind of sick joke that cans lined with a chemical linked to cancer are sporting pink ribbons?
BPA May Worsen Women's Fertility Problems
In the new study, Dr. Russ Hauser, of Harvard School of Public Health, and colleagues analyzed information from 174 women
The Chemical Marketplace: Popcorn Lung -- The Perils of Microwave Popcorn Return
Dean, Duke University's Nicholas School of the Environment
Last month a jury in Colorado awarded 59-year-old Wayne Watson $7.2 million from three companies for damages caused by microwave popcorn. The reason? In 2007 Mr. Watson contracted a rare but serious lung disease.
Healthy Pregnancy Tips
Communications manager, Healthy Child, Healthy World
Pregnancy is the perfect time to start a new personal care regime with safer products
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