ALL POSTS TAGGED WITH chemicals
09/11/2017 / By Mike Adams

New research conducted at Lomonosov Moscow State University finds that sunscreen ingredients are transformed into cancer-causing chemicals when exposed to

http://www.cancercauses.news/2017-09-11-sunscreen-warning-chlorinated-water-transforms-sunscreen-ingredients-into-cancer-causing-chemicals.html

09/08/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

Fond of using commercial-grade cleaning products at home? Be cautious! Antiseptic chemicals found in common household products weaken mitochondria and hinder

http://www.cancercauses.news/2017-09-08-the-public-is-being-mass-poisoned-by-antiseptic-chemicals-in-shampoos-lotions-eye-drops-and-mouthwash.html

08/05/2017 / By Mike Adams

Sunscreen chemicals are highly toxic and extremely damaging to human health and the environment. In this video, I cover some

http://www.cancercauses.news/2017-08-05-sunscreen-chemicals-are-killing-you-and-poisoning-the-environment.html

07/23/2017 / By Amy Goodrich

Phthalates are everywhere. They can be found in plastic food containers, coatings, printing inks, household products, packaged foods, and personal-care

http://www.cancercauses.news/2017-07-23-99-of-tested-mac-and-cheese-products-contain-chemicals-used-in-plastics-rubber-coatings-adhesives-sealants.html

07/18/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

With summer in full swing, more people are bringing out the staples of the season: grills, pool toys, sunglasses, and

http://www.cancercauses.news/2017-07-18-extremely-toxic-sunscreen-ingredients-you-want-to-avoid.html

07/09/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson

Researchers have found that common household pesticides can persist in homes for up to a year. These results, calculated by

http://www.cancercauses.news/2017-07-09-bug-spray-chemical-can-build-up-in-your-home-and-cause-dizziness-and-brain-function-problems-scientists-find.html

06/11/2017 / By Amy Goodrich

Aldehydes, a common class of everyday chemicals, have been found to increase cancer risk by interfering with the body’s natural

http://www.cancercauses.news/2017-06-11-confirmed-exposure-to-aldehyde-chemicals-found-to-activate-brca2-breast-cancer-genes-in-women.html