Archive | November, 2014

What Is A Stealth Chemical?

Stealth chemicals are those whose effects show up  as unrelated illnesses. This contrasts with known toxic chemicals like arsenic which are “in your face” poisons that can be readily identified by doctors and scientists. For example, endocrine disruptors such as Bisphenol A and phthalates from plastics are stealth chemicals because hundreds of scientific studies show […]

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Stealth Syndromes Project: “Human Lab Rat” Experimental Protocol

The primary goal of the Stealth Syndromes Project is to enable the average person to live a healthier life by avoiding Endocrine Disrupting Compounds (EDC). Doing this requires the development of effective and convenient-to-implement strategies to identify EDC sources and to avoid them. While generalized studies are available concerning EDC leaching from plastics and their […]

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