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Chlorine has long been added to tap water in many communities to ensure it is free of bugs and bacteria. The chemical is also found in many other household items, as well as in pesticides that are often used to treat produce.
Johnson & Johnson, maker of a wide range of personal care products such as baby shampoo, acne cream and lotions, has announced its intent to remove formaldehyde and other “chemicals of concern” from its consumer products by the end of 2015.
Researchers found a commonly used chemical in household products may cause heart and muscle problems.
Scientists recently revealed that they have created a new chemical that could allow teeth to be “cavity proof” and make it so that patients never have to visit the dentist again.
Even low to moderate levels of exposure to the insecticide chlorpyrifos during pregnancy may lead to long-term, potentially irreversible changes in the brain structure of the child.
Many people are not aware that toxins lurk in every day health and beauty aids.
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