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Scientists Warn of Hormone Impacts From Benzene, Xylene, Other Common Solvents


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Scientists Warn of Hormone Impacts From Benzene, Xylene, Other Common Solvents

Brian Bienkowski, Environmental Health News

Four chemicals present both inside and outside homes might disrupt our endocrine systems at levels considered safe by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, according to an analysis released today.


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"Better Things for Better Living Through Chemistry" advertisement by DuPont Chemicals. Better for their profits and absolutely the WORST for all life.


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This helps to demonstrate how government agencies supposedly tasked with protecting the peoples health through solid research and science have become compromised when they manipulate that science and research to as to promote business and profits.

This in rebuttal to those that continue to claim exposure to radiation such as what happened at three mile island Chernobyl and Fukushima is not harmful to ones health


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Gotta take this with a grain of salt.

Subtitle says:
" Researchers warn that benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and xylene may disrupt people's hormone systems at levels deemed "safe" by feds"

then a few para down:

"The analysis doesn't prove that exposure to low levels of the chemicals disrupt hormones."


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Endocrine disruptors are one of the biggest not talked about pollutants affecting our health and they are everywhere affecting us from conditions like cancer, autism and lupus to the proliferation of gender related issues.