Total pesticide bans remain the most effective way to prevent intentional or accidental exposure to highly hazardous pesticides.
PFAS chemicals are found in items like food packaging, non-stick cookware, firefighter foam, drinking water and in food.
Typically, scientists will test for the singular effects of individual chemicals.
About every three years, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) releases a list of known and suspected carcinogens.
In the United States alone, women spend well over $2 billion per year on feminine hygiene products, including tampons, pads, feminine washes, sprays, powders, and personal wipes.
Citing new animal studies, an expert committee of the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has recommended that the IARC upgrade the classification of cell phone RF (radiofrequency)radiation to “probably carcinogenic” or “carcinogenic”.