Mount Sinai study suggests certain fragrances can affect female development

Researchers at Mount Sinai School of Medicine found that certain chemicals in fragrances, nail polish, shampoos and lotions could affect puberty for young girls. Please read either of these articles for the full story.

Exposure to 3 classes of common chemicals may affect female development.

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/04/100405122309.htm

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One response to “Mount Sinai study suggests certain fragrances can affect female development

  1. I really appreciate the research you share like this one. Thanks so much.

    BTW, I recently changed my blog name and url from healing environmental illness to:

    http://www.alwayswellwithin.com

    If you would like to change it in your blogroll, I would really appreciate it so much. I’m still blogging on chemical sensitivity and a range of other topics, just have a new name.

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