Researchers are discovering low-dose effects of endocrine disruptors since the seventies yet the issue remains a controversy and chemical regulation remains to be modified
The EU study DEMOCOPHES measures environmental contaminants such as phthalates in hair and urine of mothers and children
A new in silico study shows that the bisphenol A metabolite MBP has a higher affinity for both human estrogen receptors
NGOs send letter to EU Commissioners concerning the recent announcement by EFSA for another scientific opinion on endocrine disrupting chemicals. EFSA plans to publish the opinion in March 2013.
EFSA will report on human health and environmental risks from endocrine disruptors in the food chain
Austrian research project assesses migrants from food packaging with hormone active properties
At the international conference in September delegates agreed to include new measures to a multistakeholder policy framework on the safer production and use of chemicals
Experts meet in Berlin 11-13 September to discuss low dose effects and non-monotonic dose responses