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.
According to new scientific study results, changes in the human sex ratio at birth—defined as the percentage of newborns that are boys—are associated with the presence of toxic levels of air and water pollutants.
A new report released September 29, 2021 finds more cases of major manufacturers selling baby food with high levels of toxic heavy metals.
In a new scientific study spearheaded by a citizen science program, dragonflies revealed mercury pollution levels across US national parks. The local research project has spurred the first nationwide survey of the toxic metal. Given that the parks studied stretch across the entire U.S., including Alaska and Hawaii, the findings reflect levels of mercury throughout the country.