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Joel Tickner

REACHing for less toxic alternatives

By Joel Tickner
July 28, 2008

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LEAD IN lipstick, phthalates in toys, Bisphenol-a in baby bottles, flame retardants in breast milk, Teflon in people's bodies. What do these have in common? They are consequences of the disjointed systems we have in the United States to regulate and manage hazards posed by toxic chemicals in everyday products. (Full article: 689 words)

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