Documentary about EDCs and brain development

TV channel Arte screens documentary highlighting effects of endocrine disruptors on brain development and function, November 11, 2017

Predicting endocrine disruptors

National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark develops QSAR models to predict chemicals potentially affecting thyroid hormones

Bisphenol F disrupts thyroid endocrine system

Study shows bisphenol F disrupts hypothalamic-pituitary-thyroid axis and leads to body length reduction in zebrafish larvae

2nd Scientific Statement on EDCs released

Endocrine Society summarizes EDC research of the past six years and links EDC exposure to various health problems

Endocrine Society: 2nd Scientific Statement on EDCs

Endocrine Society releases executive summary of second Scientific Statement on EDCs; mounting evidence on associations between exposure to EDCs and various health problems such as diabetes and obesity

Authorized FCMs may harm children’s brains

NGO finds 300 food additives to interact with thyroid system, 41% are used as food contact materials

WHO publishes report on EDCs

New report by the World Health Organization’s Regional Office for Europe addresses the risks from exposure to endocrine disrupting chemicals, recommends actions at the country level

Stain-resistant chemical linked to thyroid function

Huffington Post reports on new science study on perfluorinated chemicals, too little known about long-term effects states the study co-author

BPA during pregnancy affects thyroid function in newborn boys

First study to link maternal BPA exposure to neonatal thyroid function in male newborns but mechanisms remain unclear

Urinary Bisphenol A levels in pregnant women linked to reduced thyroid stimulating hormone in newborn boys

A study investigating the association of maternal Bisphenol A levels with maternal and neonatal thyroid hormone levels finds an association between maternal urinary BPA and thyroid stimulating hormone levels in male neonates.