Yet another new scientific study has confirmed that toxic, endocrine-disrupting chemicals in our personal care products, food, home care products and general environment may be behind the dramatic drop in sperm counts worldwide.
Scientists have demonstrated a causal link between phthalates (toxic chemicals found in everyday consumer products like personal care, food and home care products) and the increased growth of uterine fibroid tumors.
Prominent Democrats are urging the White House and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to ease off on regulating some toxic chemicals known to harm both public health and the environment.
A new lawsuit alleges the personal care giants L’Oréal and four other companies sold hair relaxers to the public knowing they had a risk of causing uterine cancer.
Scientific researchers have found that women who frequently use hair straightening products are more than twice as likely to go on to develop uterine cancer as women who do not use these products.
The results of a new national poll reveal that most consumers want the U.S. government to require products to be screened for harmful chemicals and proven safe before market approval.
A new scientific study has revealed several endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs) present in infants.
Reports on toxic chemicals in menstrual care products, nail & hair salons, cleaning products, fragrance and more.
A new study funded by the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) has demonstrated that pregnant women in the U.S. are being exposed to highly toxic chemicals in their personal-care/cosmetics and home-care products that can increase the risk of cancer and developmental toxicity to their offspring.
Buyer Beware: Clothing has been found in laboratory tests to contain an array of toxic chemicals like phthalates, lead, brominated flame retardants and even PFAS forever chemicals.