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Six popular BPA alternatives all mimic estrogen in breast cancer cells; three of them more so than BPA itself, according to new research.
A new study links food packaging chemicals to lower testosterone, vital for male fetuses’ growth.
Thermal paper used for cash register and other receipts is a common source of harmful BPA.
The goal of the pilot study is to test an intervention that reduces plastic use, thereby lowering the impact of environmental estrogens on breast cancer.
It's HOT out. Know how to not get soaked with harmful plastic chemicals while trying to cool off.
Environmental Working Group examines how the toxicity of thousands of chemicals in our midst may be worse than we thought.
A European study suggests chemicals commonly found in plastics and fungicides may be weakening children’s teeth by disrupting hormones that stimulate the growth of dental enamel.
New research confirms there is more plastic pollution dispersed in the surface waters of our world's oceans than previously thought.
The international campaign has launched a new initiative that helps product manufacturers show their goods are 100 percent microplastic-free.
Adventurers and Scientists for Conservation are studying the Gallatin Watershed for signs of microplastic pollution in freshwater ecosystems.
Manufacturers can use biomimicry to find nature-inspired solutions to make their products more sustainable.
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