Silent Spring Institute's research on the links between the environment and women's health is built on the idea that we can change our exposure to harmful chemicals in the world around us by making informed choices. Some changes are complex and can only be achieved through public policies. But other choices are simple. They empower us as individuals to protect our health and our homes. Below is a feed of recent stories on endocrine disruption hand-picked by the editors of Environmental Health Sciences, a nonprofit organization that seeks to increase public understanding of emerging scientific links between environmental exposures and human health.