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Residents in Hyannis on Cape Cod are invited to an Open House on February 19th to learn about the study and meet the team.

List includes potential carcinogens that act by stimulating production of hormones that fuel breast tumors

Findings could explain why women of color in particular are more highly exposed to harmful chemicals

New study led by Silent Spring shows how replacing an old couch with a new one free of flame retardants reduces harmful exposures in the home.

Today, 67 of the nation’s leading PFAS science experts submitted a letter to the newly-confirmed EPA Administrator Michael Regan calling on him to institute a class-based ban on all PFAS except essential uses.

The use of the polymeric flame retardant PolyFR in “eco-friendly” foam plastic building insulation may be harmful to human health and the environment.

Watch a new documentary featuring Silent Spring board member Dr. Margaret Kripke as she calls attention to the true burden of environmentally-induced cancers.

The legislation was eight years in the making, with strong support from firefighters and advocacy groups. Silent Spring scientists provided the scientific foundation for the new law. 

New study will explore the influence of lead hazard control programs on other household exposures including pesticides, allergens, and endocrine disrupting chemicals.

New study shows reading ingredient labels reduces exposures to many endocrine disruptors—but not all