This article provides a great summary of the hazards of traditional risk assessment concerning environmental toxins, and the reasoning behind using the precautionary principle instead.
An analysis published in the journal Cancer has found that in US municipalities with a range of pollution and environmental degradation issues the total number of cancer cases was significantly above the national average.
Data shows a link between aluminum-containing antiperspirants and breast cancer.
The incidence of thyroid cancer has increased three-fold since 1975.
We recommend avoiding nonstick pans, because of the toxic chemicals used to make up their coatings, which can offgas at high cooking temperatures and flake off into food when scraped.
An important study revealed a strong and positive association between a mixture of endocrine disrupting chemicals in the blood and breast cancer risk.
A study done by the National Toxicology Program found that exposure to radio frequency radiation, of the type emitted by cell phones, is linked to tumor formation in rats.
Concern about the hormonal effects of BPA have led companies to replace it with other similar chemicals, such as BPS and BPF.