Concerns: Cancer, rash, irritation, immunotoxicity, endocrine disrupter, impaired kidney function, neurotoxicity (adverse health effects on central or peripheral nervous systems, Alzheimer's disease, breast cancer, bone disorders, deteriorated seaman quality
Concerns: linked to neurobehavioral developmental disorders
Concerns: Possible carcinogen, endocrine disruptor, tumor promoter in some situations, mimic estrogen resulting averse reproductive affects, lung, blood coagulation, thyroid, kidney
Chlorpyrifox and other organophosphates
Concerns: Possible link to neurobehavioral developmental disorders
Coal Tar Derivatives
Concerns: Cancer of the skin, lungs, bladder, kidney, and digestive tract. Associated with spontaneous abortions, congenital disorders, and teratogenicity in animals studies and recommended to avoid during the first trimester in humans.
Has been banned in the United States, has been found on imported fruits and vegetables.
Concern: Linked to neurobehavioral developmental disorders
DEA and TEA ethanolamine compounds
Concerns: Organ toxicity, neurotoxic, tremors, hormone disruptors, linked to miscarriages, inhibiting fetal brain development
Ethyl Acetate (Used in some acetone-free nail polishes)
Concerns: Cancer, neurotoxicity, organ system toxicity, developmental and reproductive toxicity, irritant to skin and respiratory system
Concerns: Cancer, toxicity, immunotoxicity, irritation, Endocrine (hormone) Disruption and mutagenic, increased risk to fertility issues spontaneous abortion, congenital malformations, and premature birth
Over 2600 chemicals can be used to create fragrances. 95% of the chemicals used in cosmetics are synthetic compounds derided from petroleum. Other ingredients that fragrances can contain is formaldehyde, phthalates, or parabens. These can be easily absorbed through the skin.
Concerns: Allergies, toxicity, skin sensitivity, dermatitis, immune toxicant, neurotoxicity, cancer, endocrine disruption
FDA category C This drug has not been studied in breastfeeding and the effects are unknown, caution is recommended. The effects in the developing fetus are unknown, but has
Concerns: Cancer, developmental and reproductive toxicity, allergies, immunotoxicity, organ system toxicity and neurotoxicity
(lead acetate can be found in hair dyes and makeup
Concerns: Carcinogen, hormone disruptor, brain and nervous system toxin.. Avoid exposure to lead based paints if remodeling. Risk of miscarriage, preterm deliver, low birthweight and developmental delays in the infant. If your home was built before 1978 it would be advisable to check the paint in the home and a lead water test are available to test your water.
Found in lightbulbs, glass thermometers, electrical switches, dental fillings, batteries, fish that ate methylmercury
Concerns: Toxic, crosses over to the fetus, brain damage to developing fetuses and mental retardation, blindness, seizures, muteness, lung damage, rashes, vomiting, neurotoxin, tremors, memory problems, digestive system problems, kidney damage, carcinogenic, can pass through breast milk, linked to neurobehavioral developmental disorders
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