The results of a current scientific study indicate that the children of mothers exposed to flame retardants during their pregnancy have an increased risk for the type of cognitive deficits that lead to reading problems.
A new scientific study just released examined the extent of IQ loss linked to toxic chemicals over a 15 year period in the U.S. Flame retardants and pesticides, and to a lesser extent, heavy metals like lead, resulted in more than a million cases of intellectual disability in the United States between 2001 and 2016. As a result of significantly fewer restrictions, flame retardants and pesticides now represent the bulk of that cognitive loss.
A new study found that exposure during the first trimester of pregnancy to mixtures of suspected endocrine-disrupting chemicals found in consumer products is related to lower IQ in children by age 7.
A new study has discovered that approximately 95 percent of baby food products contain traces of heavy metals, including arsenic, lead, cadmium and mercury. Heavy metals are a source of neuro-developmental harm.
New study reveals that popular spice turmeric is being adulterated with lead, a potent neurotoxin.
The food additive Propionic Acid (PPA), a commonly used preservative in processed foods has been linked in new scientific research to harming the fetal brain and possibly leading to autism.
In a bold decision the state of California has moved to ban the pesticide chlorpyrifos because of scientific research linking it to harm to babies’ brains. Scientific studies have shown that the pesticide is a neurotoxin that harmed brain development in fetuses and affected reading ability, IQ and led to hyperactivity in children.
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Disturbing results from a new study reveal that even low, so-called ‘safe’ levels of exposure to the endocrine-disrupting chemical BPA … More
The American Chemical Society is reporting that scientists have uncovered high levels of methylmercury in some types of infant cereals. … More