More and more studies in recent years have shown that the banned plastiziser: Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP), is an endocrine disruptor, which disturbs the male reproduction. A new study documents, that DEHP also is teratogenic in pregnant mice receiving with oral gavage 500 mg DEHP/kg body weight dissolved in corn oil from embryonic days (E)7 to 16.
Nordic Council of Ministers has published a new report: "The Costs of inaction" - a socioeconomic analysis of costs linked to effects of endocrine disrupting substances on male reproductive health. In the report it is estimated that it annually cost the 28 EU member states more than 500 million Euro in lost working capacity...Read More
With much grief I have learned that my long-term friend, Theo Colborn, PhD, at the age of 87 Yesterday passed away in her home in the small town of Paonia, Colorado, USA.
She was the founder of the new...