TEDX's Critical Windows of Development Website Tool
Now Displays Perfluorinated Compounds
Perfluorinated compounds are in our cookware, carpets, clothing, and cosmetics, as well as in our food, water, soil and of course, our bodies. Now, they can be found in TEDX’s Critical Windows of Development website tool.
Click here to see what early exposure to low concentrations of PFOA and PFOS does to the offspring of laboratory animals, and compare the timing of exposure to critical events in human prenatal development.
In this major update, we have added nearly 100 events in our timeline of human development and added 200 new scientific findings for BPA, phthalates, chlorpyrifos and dioxin.
This tool is an excellent resource for individuals and organizations working for chemical policy reform, as well as for scientists engaged in endocrine disruption research.
To see a demonstration of the tool, tune in to next Wednesday's CHE-AK call on perfluorinated compounds.
Click here for more information and to sign up for the call.
Thank you for putting our work to good use!
More information on endocrine disrupting chemicals can be found at www.endocrinedisruption.org.