Dietary arsenic exposure from rice is a possible health risk and minimizing dietary exposure could be important.
Personal care products such as cosmetics, lotions, and fragrances might increase risk of breast cancer, with frequent users of beauty and skin products at highest risk.
Recently eating fast food is linked to higher body levels of environmental toxins. It is suspected it may be due to chemicals from PVC tubing, vinyl gloves, and food packaging leaching toxins into food. Yum.
Bisphenol A, a toxic chemical used in plastics and other products, is being increasingly restricted but the chemicals used to replace it may be just as bad.
Pesticide residues in food are an important source of exposure to toxic chemicals in children, and an increasing number of studies suggest an organic diet can help reduce exposure.
A new and clever analysis of exposure to pesticides in food has found that people who occasionally buy organic foods have significantly lower pesticide levels in their bodies.
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