Plastic Toxicity

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Plastics come in all sorts of shapes and colors to make our lives easier and more convenient, containing certain substances that improve their performance and also makes them less expensive. In general we are told that plastics have a low profile of toxicity due to its properties, for example water and relative chemical inertness. What we are usually not told is that plastics contain additional toxic substances -bisphenol A (BPA) used to ...

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Killing Me Softly — With Plastics

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Plastics and pesticides in the environment are “hormone mimics”, which means they act as fertilizers for cancer and disrupt normal gland/hormone function. What is more, they are found literally all around the world – there is no place left untouched by their harmful effects.

Plastics along with pesticides are responsible for cancers, endocrine developmental problems, attention deficit, hyperactivity disease, infertility, inability to handle stress, violence, increased mental disease, decreased intelligence, drug addiction, loss of normal parental instincts, etc. Can you imagine ...

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