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Toxics Linked to Hormone Disruption and Asthma Found In Consumer Products, says National Work Group for Safe Markets

Toxics Linked to Hormone Disruption and Asthma Found In Consumer Products, says National Work Group for Safe Markets

PR Newswire

March 8, 2012

Toxic chemicals linked to rising rates of endocrine disruption related disease were found in consumer products and reported in a peer reviewed article in Environmental Health Perspectives today. Silent Spring Institute tested cleaning products, cosmetics, sunscreens, shower curtains, air fresheners, and other household goods made by Colgate, Unilever, S.C. Johnson, Johnson and Johnson, Procter & Gamble, Seventh Generation, and Ecover and others.

“Test results show conventional and ‘green’ products contain hidden toxic chemicals not on product labels; consumers have no way of avoiding them,” says Alexandra Scranton from Women’s Voices for the Earth, who conducted their own tests for hidden toxic chemicals in products.

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