Study warns about potential effects of endocrine disrupting chemicals

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A recent landmark study warns about the potential effects of endocrine disrupting chemicals (hormone) on the health of people and wildlife. The chemicals in your home, food and car are linked to a whole range of diseases. Awareness is the first step towards creating a safer environment for yourself and your family. Some factors are easier to change than others, try starting with smarter choices about the products you bring into your home. There are many small niche companies that manufacture natural cosmetics, bath & beauty products, household cleansers as well as laundry and dish detergents. Look at the ingredients lists and whether the products you are surrounding yourself with are actually natural, or just “green-washed” versions of the same old chemicals wrapped in “eco-marketing”.

About Phil

A professional photographer by trade, Philip was a pioneer user of Photoshop (If you're old enough to laugh at this joke, this means you're over 40). Always an entrepreneur in the advertising industry - Philip started a boutique agency which specialized in Corporate Communications. Philip and Debbie were married in 2000 and became partners in both business and in life. A passionate cottager, Philip and the family enjoy paddling, photography, hiking and swimming. You'll often find Philip attempting to do his MacGyver fixes around the property. Philip's giveback to the community includes a decade of commitment to The First Interfaith Out of the Cold Homeless shelter as a volunteer on the Steering Committee.