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Miscarriage Tied to Commonly Used Chemicals

A hidden danger may increase the likelihood of miscarriage in women.

Data suggests exposure to synthetic chemicals commonly used in food packaging and elsewhere may increase a woman’s risk for miscarriage in the second trimester.

, May 04, 2020


A Mother’s Makeup May Make Her Baby Fat

Pregnant women should be aware of what's in the makeup they are applying for the sake of their unborn child.

Researchers found a link between cosmetics containing parabens used by mothers-to-be and an increased likelihood their children, especially girls, will become overweight.

, February 24, 2020


Soybean Oil Could Affect Brain Health

Soybean oil is the most commonly consumed oil in the U.S. but research indicates it probably should not be eaten.

New research from the University of California at Riverside is raising doubts about the safety of soybean oil after study findings show it has the potential to trigger genetic changes in the brain.

, February 03, 2020


Sunscreen Chemicals are Absorbed into the Bloodstream

There is a potential for harm as a result of study findings regarding the absorption of chemicals from sunscreens.

Researchers found the chemicals in sunscreens are being absorbed into the bloodstream at a rate higher than the FDA’s established threshold where they can be presumed safe.

, January 27, 2020


BPA is More Prevalent in Humans than First Thought

BPA is being found in higher levels in humans as a result of newer testing technology

Scientists have found levels of BPA in humans could be as much as 44 times higher than initially thought which would make it far higher than levels deemed safe by the FDA.

, December 09, 2019


Surgery Might Be Unnecessary for Shoulder Fracture

Pins, screws and plates might not be the best course of action to heal a broken shoulder.

New research reveals a more conservative approach that includes just immobilizing the shoulder in a sling to could be just as effective as surgery when healing a shoulder fracture.

, September 30, 2019


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