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Antibacterial soap exposes health workers to high triclosan levels

Editor's note: Triclosan, the potentially cancer causing agent, may be used in your mouthwash and soap and other cosmetics and personal care products.

Practice smart sun - Newsletter from EWG

                  Dear XXX, Summer is winding down, but that doesn’t mean the sun is going anywhere. As you plan to make the most out of the last few ...
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Mobile phones damage male fertility - updated

A new study led by Gorpinchenko et al. suggests that mobile phone radiation or cell phone radiation may lower male fertility.  The study finds that ...
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Selenium reduces cell damages induced by cell phone radiation

A new study led by scientists at Izmir Katip Celebi University in Izmir, Turkey shows that mobile phone (cell phone) -induced electromagnetic radiation at 900 ...
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26 children tested - news from EWG

Dear XXX, Scientists from EWG and Duke University just released a groundbreaking study that found a biomarker of the cancer-causing fire retardant TDCIPP in the bodies of ...
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Breaking: New study by EWG and Duke finds toxic fire retardants in mothers – and even more in toddlers

Breaking: New study by EWG and Duke finds toxic fire retardants in mothers – and even more in toddlers   Dear Readers, In the first study to investigate ...
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5 Things You Need to Know About Obama’s Clean Power Plant Rule

This article was originally posted on ecowatch | July 29, 2014 8:44 pm and reposted on foodconsumer.org with permission by Carl Pope @ ecowatch  Thursday and Friday the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ...
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Cell phones cause more than brain tumors

Monday July 28, 204 (foodconsumer.org) -- A recent study confirms results from previous studies that long term use of cell phones can increase risk of ...
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Heavy mobile phone users at high risk for brain tumors - study

Editor's note: Foodconsumer.org is conducting a review of studies on how dietary supplements may be used to reduce the damaging effect of cell phone radiofrequency. Interested readers may send an email to foodconsumer.org@gmail.com to receive the notice after the review is completed. Your email address will be kept confidential and used only once to notify you of the publishing of the report, and then it will be deleted....
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Urgent: Take action for safer sunscreen

Dear Readers, There’s a bottleneck at the federal Food and Drug Administration. The FDA last approved a general usage, over-the-counter sunscreen ingredient in 1999, and six new ingredients ...
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