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Bad Science Thrives When Corporations & Government Regulators Deny Peer Review

Part 2 of a 4-Part Series View Part 1 here: How To Separate Good Science From Sketchy Tales  View Part 3 here: The Corporate Fact-Fiddling Industry One massive, gaping hole in American scientific peer review — especially for public safety purposes — can be found in the near-total absence of proper peer review in the […]

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Why Is “Estrogenic Action” Important?

The term “estrogenic” refers to hormone disrupting chemicals like BPA and other chemicals from plastics, pesticides and other sources that can affect the health of both men and women in ways that are similar to estrogen. Most hormone disruptors exhibit estrogenic action. The Endocrine Society (www.endo-society.org) — the world’s oldest and largest organization for doctors […]

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Trust Glass, Not Plastic

You can trust glass, but you can’t trust plastic for water bottles, dishes or other uses. While a small percentage are safe, no reliable guide exists, thus damning all plastics that contacts anything you put in your body. “BPA free” no guarantee Significantly, most plastics that claim to be “BPA Free” just have different types […]

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Bad FDA Science Makes For Bad Public Health

Please note that this post is based on an earlier version of our scientific paper at nano-active.com: Low-Dose BPA Paper In Toxicological Sciences is Contaminated By Massive Errors & Should Be Retracted (caution: footnotes and citations ahead). That paper has been expanded to more than twice its size in preparation for scientific journal publication. We will […]

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Strongest Evidence Yet Between BPA and Thyroid Cancer

Most studies to date have offered equivocal links between BPA and cancer, using terms like “associated with” and “linked to.” These vague connections fail to alert consumers to the actual connections. However, the original research we have been doing over at our scientific site, Nano-Active (caution, mucho footnotes and sci-geekspeak) has discovered solid, causal connections. […]

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