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Hair dye and chemical straightener use and breast cancer risk in a large US population of black and white women

A study published yesterday in the Journal of Cancer tracked 46,709 women ages 35-74 over eight years.

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Recycled and Reused Food Contact Plastics Are Vectors for Toxins

From The Guardian, May 27, 2023: Recycled and reused food contact plastics are “vectors for spreading chemicals of concern” because they accumulate and release hundreds of dangerous toxins like st…

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Reducing use of personal care products containing parabens and phthalates can reduce cancer cell phenotypes in breast tissue

Estrogenic overstimulation is carcinogenic to the human breast. Personal care products (PCPs) commonly contain xenoestrogens (XE), such as parabens and phthalates.

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Most Silicone Kitchenware Shows Endocrine-Disrupting Activity

When it comes to kitchenware, best to stick to wood and metal. A study found that out of 42 contact kitchenware articles made of silicone rubber tested, 84% of them induced endocrine activity.

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BPA/BPS on cash register receipts

We tested 374 receipts from 144 major chain stores in 22 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.

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Food Thermal Labels Found to Contain Bisphenol S and Other Color Developers, Poses Dietary Exposure Risk

An article in the journal Environment Science & Technology describes migration of BPS (a close cousin of BPA) and other labelling chemicals into food: To test the hypothesis that migration from th…

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