To end the cycle of abuse, it's crucial for victims to complete a three step process. Understanding the Truth behind forgiveness ensures victims don’t become perpetrators themselves, as a trauma response, or continue to be victimiz...
Microplastics, particles smaller than five millimeters, were found in human placentas in a 2020 study titled 'Plasticenta'. The plastics originated from man-made coatings, paints, adhesives, finger paints, polymers and cosmetics/personal care products. All microplastics were found on the foetal side, the maternal side and in the chorioamniotic membranes (the membranes that make up the amniotic sac which surrounds and protects the fetus). The authors of the study
A 2020 study links several xenoestrogens, including bisphenol A (BPA), to breast cancer, polycystic ovary syndrome, uterine fibroids and other various reproductive disorders. The World Health Organization (WHO) predicts a 63.4% increase by 2040 in breast cancer rates. As of 2020, the incident rate of breast cancer, according to the American Cancer Society, is 1 in 8. The long term effects of endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) is multigenerational and the effects of these hormone disruptors is currently underappreciated.
Many people have never heard of xenoestrogens before. 'Xeno' means foreign, and 'estrogen' describes a female hormone. Xenoestrogens are simply foreign man-made chemicals that act or disrupt estrogen homeostasis and negatively impact the body's hormone balance. Xenoestrogens are also known as endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs).
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