As the EPA sat on formaldehyde report, aides prepared to air out a worrisome desk for their boss.
The health assessment that apparently was completed months ago concerns formaldehyde.
Beware of certain citrus scents!
The ACC has been doing a lot more than just posting disinformation on the Internet. Along with Koch Industries -- owner of Georgia-Pacific, one of the largest U.S. formaldehyde and plywood manufacturers -- it has been currying favor on Capitol Hill with large sums of lobbying and campaign cash.
Products often warn users about the risks of a product and how specifically to use it. Follow outlined guidelines for exact use. It's also important to throw away partially full containers of old or unneeded chemical safely.
The verdict is in... again! Formaldehyde is a known human carcinogen. This is not earthshaking news or even news, but apparently Congress felt it was worth a million of your tax dollars to confirm what has been a scientific fact for nearly a decade: formaldehyde causes cancer.
Waxman was seen as a formidable lawmaker and a fearsome investigator; his staff's report Thursday cited a news article from
A recent report, co-produced by the World Health Organization and the United Nations Environment Program, suggests a ban of endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs) may be needed to protect the health of future generations.
In order for cost and supply to keep up with the demand artists often use cheap and accessible materials such plywood, particleboard and Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF). What these products don't tell you are the makeup of MDF board is toxic.
My hair horror all started with a lone PR email that floated its way into my inbox. "Would you like to get a free keratin
I used to think a mani/pedi made for the perfect relaxing, healthy way to escape from my life for a few minutes. As it turns out, this seemingly-benign reward can be extremely hazardous for our health.
Finally Chenoweth took off the sunglasses to show off her "eyelid lips," and in truth they didn't look that bad. Indeed, as
Every kid has the right to be safe in her home. Every mom has the right to know that the products she buys for her child are free of toxic chemicals. We have hope and faith in our political system to fix this problem, and we are counting on our U.S. Senators to get it done.
Forget the smog over LA -- the air indoors is worse than the air outdoors. And far worse when we add paint into the mix.
See the Delay Game report for details, and decide for yourself if the chemical industry can be trusted to protect our health
Photos By Bobby Doherty Unlike a Brazilian blowout or Japanese straightening treatment, Tela's blowout doesn't chemically