World Heath Report jointly with the United Nations Environment Forum

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The World Health Organization (WHO) recently released a joint report with the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), titled: State of the Science of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs), which suggests a ban of endocrine disrupting chemicals may be needed to protect the health of future generations

The joint study is the most comprehensive report on EDCs to date, highlighting a wide variety of health problems associated with exposure, including: non-descended testes, breast, prostate and thyroid cancer, nervous system defects, and ADD/ADHD

Some of the most commonly used endocrine disrupters are Bisphenol-A (BPA), Bisphenol-S (BPS), PCB’s, phthalates and agricultural pesticides

Rather than compile an endless list of things to avoid, it's far easier to focus on what you should do to lead a healthy lifestyle with as minimal a chemical exposure as possible. Thirteen helpful tips are included

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  • Just watched the video we do not know what we are being exposed to because they dont want us to know and its all about money

  • yea I agree with both, we dont now , what we eat, what we smell, what we take. It is trial and error and yes it all about money and its pants. x

  • The WHO report itself - and a shorter summary document - are available from here:

    who.int/ceh/publications/en...

    No registration, no cost.

    Thanks for postings, shaws, I had been hoping someone would post something. :-)

    Rod

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