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Genital talc associated with increased risk of ovarian cancer

New study by NIEHS scientists provides compelling evidence that genital talc use is associated with an increased risk of ovarian cancer.

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Glyphosate (Roundup) found in men’s sperm; linked to infertility

From The Guardian, May 17, 2024: More than 55% of sperm samples from a French infertility clinic contained high levels of glyphosate, the world’s most common weedkiller, raising further questions ab…

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Drivers are exposed to carcinogenic flame retardants from car seat foam

Drivers and passengers are breathing in potentially cancerous chemicals while in their cars, a new study finds.

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Dietary interventions can lower exposure to bisphenols (like BPA) and phthalates

A study published in Environmental Health Perspectives showed that interventions that targeted the reduction of phthalates and BPA in goods and packaging showed widespread, long-term impact on decreas…

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Estrogen Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs) found to impact erectile funtion

A study published in Communications Biology found that EDCs promoted erectile dysfunction in mice: Erectile dysfunction (ED) is an extremely prevalent condition which significantly impacts quality of …

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The fresh-smelling home without chemicals

Reposted article from The Guardian on April 1, 2024: Good scents: five eco-friendly ways to make your home smell great Many ingredients in fragrance formulas can be harmful, but there are safe ways to…

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