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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
Silent Spring Institute mourns the loss of long-time board member and breast oncologist Dr. John K. (Jack) Erban III. A passionate advocate for prevention, he provided invaluable leadership at Silent Spring for nearly 25 years.
School spaces with newer furniture show significantly lower levels of hazardous exposures
A free online tool by Silent Spring helps private well owners interpret their water testing results and reduce their exposures.
Findings have implications for how federal agencies assess pesticides for breast cancer risk
What Silent Spring promises in this deeply sad time
Findings provide roadmap for regulators to identify harmful chemicals that increase breast cancer risk
Rule would severely limit the use of science the agency considers when setting limits on toxic chemicals in our air and water.
One of the first studies from the Women Firefighters Biomonitoring Collaborative, a long-term investigation of chemical exposures among women firefighters and breast cancer risk.