Toxic Chemical PCB in Food Linked with Premature Death: Study

They have been banned for years, but they are still in the environment–and in your food–and they have now been linked to premature death. Despite the ban, PCBs (Polychlorinated biphenyls) decompose very slowly and are stored in fatty tissue, so they remain present in animals and humans today.

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These two activities can lower your exposure to toxic chemicals in your home

New research on environmental chemicals reveals two activities that may actually lower your exposure to toxic flame retardant chemicals in … More

Researchers Link So-called ‘Safer Alternative’ Household Chemical to Infertility

In the first of a kind study examining how common household chemicals called “PFRs” may affect reproductive health, researchers discovered … More