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Ms. Nakazawa examines all of the theories about autoimmunity in detail, from heavy metals to toxic chemicals to viruses to vaccines and finally to the hygiene hypothesis.
In 2008, the Center for Health, Environment and Justice CHEJ released a study testing toxic chemicals that off-gassed from a new PVC shower curtain.
The Kid-Safe Chemicals Act will change a lax, outdated system that presumes chemicals are safe into one that requires makers of toxic chemicals to prove their safety before they’re allowed on the market.
The TRI was created as part of the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act of 1986.166 This law requires companies to report the amount and location of toxic chemicals they use in order to assist emergency workers in the case of an accident.
The splash covered the faint death gasp the water let out as the soap’s toxic chemicals hit it.
In order to help residents find out what chemicals are being used and released into their communities, the feds established the Toxics Release Inventory TRI, which is a database of information about toxic chemicals releases, both via air and in waste.