BPA, Phthalates, and Junk Science

“More Junk Science on Chemicals,” by Julie Gunlock.
Last month, a new study, published in the journal NeuroToxicology, examined human exposure to two chemicals which are currently the darlings of anti-chemical activists groups: phthalates (which I’ve written about here) and BPA (which I’ve written about here and here). This new study on “lifestyle behaviors” made headlines because it showed a small population of Old Order Mennonite women (who live much like the Amish and reject modern technology) have lower levels of exposure to chemicals as compared to CDC data on the general population (NHANES 2007–2008). In other news, kids like ice cream. … Read the full article on IWF Blog.

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