Tag: endocrine disrupting chemicals

Why EPA Should Take Hormone Disrupting Chemicals Seriously

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When you think about your body’s natural day-to-day job, what probably comes to mind are the easy tasks: breathing, pumping your heart, and digesting food. Presumably, you aren’t thinking about how much estrogen, testosterone, and thyroid hormone your body is making to keep your body happy and healthy. We also know that chemicals in our…

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Don’t Stop the Linsanity (but please stop these other insanities)

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Jeremy Lin

As a basketball fan who grew up rooting for the Knicks of Willis Reed, Walt “Clyde” Frazier, and soon-to-be Senator Bill Bradley, it’s been fun witnessing the emergence of Jeremy Lin. Coming out of nowhere to star in the NBA is a rare accomplishment, but sadly there are emerging threats to our health all too…

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Ending the Toxic Shell Game

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The Center for Environmental Health (CEH) held a gala celebration this past October 24 to mark our 15th anniversary of protecting children and families from harmful chemicals in our food, air, water and consumer products. I was honored and humbled at the support of more than 250 guests who attended the event, which was introduced…

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Hundreds Celebrate 15 Years of CEH Success!

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On Monday, October 24, more than 250 friends, families, and supporters of the Center for Environmental Health (CEH) toasted the first 15 years of our successful action to protect children and families from harmful chemicals at a gala event in San Francisco. Welcomed by our Board member Paul Adelstein, the crowd heard from a panel…

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