Paper or plastic straw? No straw is the correct answer for healthier drinks
Chemours, DuPont and Corteva ordered to pay damages for "forever chemicals" pollution
A study by the Government Accountability Office finds that better oversight of so-called forever chemicals in good packaging and production is needed but says manufacturers are not currently required to provide the Food and Drug Administration with information about such additives. U.S. Reps. Rosa DeLauro (D-CT) and Chellie Pingree
“There is no torture that a woman would not endure to enhance her beauty.” * Michel de Montaigne (French Renaissance philosopher) History tells us men and women have been willing to risk even death to enhance their natural beauty and follow the fashion of the day. Indeed, the quest for beauty
California legislators are preparing to ban PFAS, the “forever chemicals” widely found throughout the environment, in food packaging while also imposing strict rules on advertising and requiring manufacturers to disclose toxic chemicals used in cookware. The state senate voted voted Friday to pass the Safer Food Packaging and Cookware Act.
There’s been growing concern about “forever chemicals” like PFAS in food, cosmetics and other consumer products. But a new FDA study found no measurable PFAS in a sampling of processed foods, including baby food. Another study published today, however, found the chemicals widely present in indoor air in homes,
Looking for a way to avoid exposure to toxic chemicals? You may want to think twice about slathering on lipstick, eyeliner, mascara and other common cosmetics. A new study reinforces earlier findings that a wide range of cosmetics contain “forever chemicals,” including PFAS, a group of “persistent” chemicals that the