Endocrine Disruptors

Bisphenol A & Phthalates Linked to PCOS, Endometriosis & More!

A 2020 study states, "Evidence is particularly strong for relations between perfluoroalkyl substances and child and adult obesity, impaired glucose tolerance, gestational diabetes, reduced birthweight, reduced semen quality, polycystic ovarian syndrome, endometriosis, and breast cancer. Evidence also exists for relations between bisphenols and adult diabetes, reduced semen quality, and polycystic ovarian syndrome; phthalates and prematurity, reduced anogenital distance in boys, childhood obesity, and impaired glucose tolerance; organophosphate pesticides and reduced semen quality; and occupational exposure to pesticides and prostate cancer. Greater evidence has accumulated than was previously identified for cognitive deficits and attention-deficit disorder in children following prenatal exposure to bisphenol A, organophosphate pesticides, and polybrominated flame retardants. Although systematic evaluation is needed of the probability and strength of these exposure-outcome relations, the growing evidence supports urgent action to reduce exposure to EDCs."
 

Phthalates & BPA Linked to Lower Vitamin D Levels

2016 study associates exposure to phthalates and bisphenol A (BPA), known endocrine disruptors, to lower levels of vitamin D in the bloodstream and expresses concern about the impact these hormone disrupting chemicals may have to public health. 

Chemical in Non-Stick Pans Linked to Infertility

A 2017 study finds perfluorinated (PFCs) compounds (found in non-stick pans) negatively affect animal and human reproductive health and are linked to several diseases including infertility. 

Endocrine Disruptors and The Female Reproductive Health

A PubMed abstract with evidence that environmental chemicals (ECs) including endocrine-disrupting compounds (EDCs) can alter female reproductive development, fertility and onset of menopause.

Xenoestrogens: The Curse of Civilization

A report written by VN Mishra on the consequences of xenoestrogens that have been introduced into the environment by industrial, agricultural and chemical companies and their consumers in the last 70 years.

Our Stolen Future

An online resource by leading endocrinologists on the detremental effects of endocrine disruptors on animals, the environment and people.

Endocrine Disruptors: New Discoveries and Possible Progress of Evaluation

A University of Caen study on how endocrine disruptors act on hormones and metabolism and how these contribute to genetic diseases. 

Endocrine Disruptors

A National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences article on endocrine disrupting chemicals with various links to articles on BPA, PCB's, diabetes, obesity, childhood development, arsenic and others. 

Pharmaceuticals, Personal Care Products and Endocrine Disruptors in Water - Implications for the Water Industry

A Liebert study on endocrine disrupting chemicals in water and effective removal techniques. 

Extremely Low Dose of Multiple Xenoestrogens Found to Strongly Distort Hormone Action

A Medical News Today article on the effects of exposure to low doses of xenoestrogens. 

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