This month a new study was published showing that officer workers in the UK, US and India are routinely being exposed to mixtures of harmful chemicals that may be interfering with their hormonal functions.
A new investigation by BBC News has revealed that several major beauty brands are using harmful PFAS ‘forever chemicals’ in their products.
A recent study by The Danish Consumer Council has discovered that dishwasher detergents may contain suspected endocrine disruptors and other harmful chemicals.
Many of us enjoy home baking, it’s a great way to relax and is often a more cost-effective way to enjoy a sweet treat. Baking your own cakes, cookies and other sweets can help you know exactly what ingredients are being used. However, a recent study suggests that certain cookware may be contaminating our baking with unwanted chemicals.
Christmas can be complicated as it is, without having to worry about avoiding hazardous chemicals. So, we’ve compiled our top tips for avoiding harmful chemicals this festive season into one article!
Investors with $8 trillion in asset management have called on chemical companies to phase out the production of PFAS ‘forever chemicals. As the annual ‘ChemScore’ reveals most chemical producers are taking little to no action to reduce hazardous chemicals, despite known health and environmental risks.
Many of us play sport, be it joyfully or begrudgingly, for its numerous benefits to our physical and mental health. However, studies have found that our morning jog, or 5-a-side football, may be exposing us to harmful chemicals.
From dental floss, to frying pans, to food packaging, new studies continue to discover the use of PFAS -the ‘forever chemicals’ in products we use in our daily lives. Now a new study suggests that our cats and dogs may be exposed to these potentially dangerous chemicals through their food bags.
Sperm counts are declining around the world, which could reflect a global crisis with broad implications for the survival of the human species.
A recent study in Denmark has found that a number of frying pans have what could be misleading labelling regarding their chemical contaminants.