CHE-Alaska Teleconference, Recorded Tuesday, April 25 Listen to recording Presentation Slides (PDF) Some chemicals added to consumer products to prevent fires may have unintended developmental consequences for young children, according to a pilot study conducted by researchers at Oregon State University. The study recruited 92 Oregon children between ages 3-5 to wear a silicone wristband
Podcast Available: Science & Action to Protect our Health: the Movement to Achieve Local Ordinances that Prevent the Harmful Use of Pesticides
CHE-Alaska Teleconference Recorded March 29, 2017 On this call, representatives of Beyond Pesticides discuss the latest science concerning environmental health effects of commonly used pesticides, including neonicotinoids, a relatively new class of insecticides that may play a role in recent declines in pollinators and glyphosate, a widely used herbicide and the active ingredient in Roundup.
CHE-Alaska Teleconference recorded February 22, 2017 Listen to the Podcast A growing body of science has linked exposure to hazardous chemicals in common products to cancer, asthma and other chronic diseases. On this call, we hear from representatives of two organizations that are leading the way in testing products for safety. They are also educating