Pharmaceuticals and consumer product chemicals found in drinking water wells, septic systems are main source
Experts Call for Federal Government to Increase Breast Cancer Prevention Efforts
Gathering Dust: Many Toxic Flame Retardants Linger in Homes, Sometimes at Levels Above Health Guidelines
Silent Spring scientists warn industry against overstating chemical safety claims
Consumer products contain potentially harmful chemicals not listed on labels
Review finds early exposure to common chemicals may affect breast health
Our study shows fresh food diet reduces levels of hormone disruptors BPA and DEHP
Potential carcinogens found in Mass. personal care products, WCVB Boston
UNSAFE: The Truth Behind Everyday Chemicals, LinkTV
Banned chemicals replaced by worrisome ones, UCSF study shows, San Francisco Gate
NStar herbicide use raises concerns, The Cape Cod Times
Your Household Products May Be Giving You Cancer, Better After 50
Researchers Expose Contaminants In Cape Cod Drinking Water, WGBH News
4 Ways to Lower Your Environmental Breast Cancer Risks, Beware these sneaky endocrine disruptors, Women's Health
New drug problem for Cape Cod?, The Cape Codder
Join us for our 20th Anniversary Celebration, honoring Cape residents and legislators as pioneers in breast cancer prevention. May 15, 2014 in East Falmouth, MA.
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Thank you to all the generous donors who made 2013 a banner year! Click to read about the wonderful year we've had here at Silent Spring Institute.
Executive Director, Julia Brody, will be the keynote speaker at the NW Environmental Health Conference in Portland, Oregon, April 8.
In the 35 years since DDT use was banned in the United States, residues of the pesticide have lingered in the country’s food supply, including 87 percent of the milk samples that the U.S. Department of Agriculture tested in 2005.
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