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Biomonitoring Equivalents key to biomonitoring data interpretation, better chemical safety decisions

Biomonitoring Equivalents key to biomonitoring data interpretation, better chemical safety decisions

August 27, 2014

It’s a safe bet that in 2014, more than at any other point in history, we have greater access to more chemical exposure data than ever before. But that wealth of information and access to it brings its own set …

When It Comes To Accurate Reporting, BPA Doesn’t Have a Chance

When It Comes To Accurate Reporting, BPA Doesn’t Have a Chance

August 11, 2014

Disheartening doesn’t begin to describe how we feel about the woeful absence of context — and accuracy —when many in the popular press write about biomonitoring results. Though we tend to give reporters the benefit of the doubt, when we …

Study shows BPA, phthalate exposure levels on decline for pregnant women

Study shows BPA, phthalate exposure levels on decline for pregnant women

July 31, 2014

The recent Canadian biomonitoring study that was the topic of our previous blog post is not only a lesson in how to clearly communicate scientific study results, but it also is a significant study in its own right. It shows …

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