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The Food Packaging Forum makes scientific facts and expert opinions about food packaging health accessible and understandable to all
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    Collaborative on Health and the Environment (CHE) holds webinar on Plastic food packaging within its Plastics and health series

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    Meta-analysis of epidemiological studies finds positive association between BPA exposure and type 2 diabetes risk

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    Canadian public health department opens public consultation to define ‘vulnerable populations,’ aims to improve chemicals management with future consultations on endocrine disruptors and mixture toxicity

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    Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families and Toxic-Free Future present new report on per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances in U.S. food contact materials on December 11, 2018; registration for webinar now open

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    Thomas Zoeller from the Massachusetts University, U.S., warns that, unless status quo chemical policy is soon changed to become more protective, health effects of chemical exposures ‘will persist for generations’

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  • 12/12/18--05:31: New report on PFASs in FCMs
  • Study by Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families and Toxic-Free Future shows some U.S. paper food packaging items likely contain per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances; call on retailers and governments to take actions

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    CHEM Trust discusses adverse health effects of phthalates exposure, calls for further restrictions especially in food contact materials

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    New book by Leonardo Trasande reviews human health effects of endocrine disrupting chemicals, provides recommendations for reducing exposures

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    Epidemiologists examine possible associations between PFAS exposure and metabolic diseases, cardiovascular diseases, fetal and child development

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    Review article concludes that peer-reviewed literature on chemicals and health tends to focus on already-known chemicals and lacks predictive power; authors call for more explorative research given the multitude of little-studied chemicals