A new scientific study reveals that adolescents who eat a lot of ultra-processed foods may suffer from depression, anxiety and other mental health problems.
Category: Children and Chemicals
Most Kids Use Toxic Face Paints and Body Care Products: Study
According to the results of a new scientific study, most U.S. children are using cosmetics and body care products that could contain carcinogens and other toxic chemicals.
Toxic Chemicals in Halloween Face Paints, Powders
Halloween activities are just around the corner and parents need to beware of toxic chemicals present in face paint and powders for kids.
Blame Mom? Study Links Mothers Ultra-Processed Food Diet with Kids Obesity
New study demonstrates that a mother’s ultra-processed food consumption is associated with an increased risk of overweight or obesity in her children.
Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals Discovered in Infants (Again)
A new scientific study has revealed several endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs) present in infants.
Toxic PFAS Chemicals Discovered in Umbilical Cord Blood: Analysis
A recent analysis of existing scientific studies revealed that toxic PFAS chemicals were detected in every umbilical cord blood sample across 40 studies conducted over the last five years.
Toxic PFAS Chemicals Discovered in Kid’s Clothes and School Uniforms
The results of a new scientific study have revealed that the majority of school uniforms and children’s clothes tested contain high levels of toxic PFAS chemicals.
RECALL: Lead in Children’s Sandals
Recall of Kolan sandals for children due to lead inside shoes. Sandals are sold exclusively on amazon.
Frack Babies at Risk for Leukemia: Study
According to a new scientific study children living near fracking sites at birth are two to three times more likely to be diagnosed with leukemia during early childhood than those who did not live near such facilities.
Homemade Baby Food Contains as Many Heavy Metals as Commercial Brands
A new investigation has found that the majority (94%) of both commercially-prepared and homemade baby foods tested contained high levels of toxic heavy metals including lead, arsenic, cadmium and mercury–all of which can harm the developing brain.