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Anti-Bacterial Soaps Kill More Than Bacteria

Thu, 04/15/2010 - 4:52am

It’s a chemical you find in most soaps, anti-bacterial products, and even toothpaste: triclosan. While it’s been given a pass by the FDA as safe for humans, some organizations, such as the National Resource Defense Council, think it’s hazardous. Studies on animals have shown a tendency for triclosan to affect thyroid and sex hormones, which can lead to behavioral changes and learning abnormalities. The only way to protect yourself for now? Read the label before buying.

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