New Stockholm Convention Newsletter
New Stockholm Convention Newsletter provides parties and other information on ongoing activities of Stockholm Secretariat
30.08.2010 |Stockholm Convention Newsletter
The New Stockholm Convention Newsletter provides parties and other information on the ongoing activities of the Stockholm Secretariat and other in the area of technical assistance and capacity-building.
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Breast is best, concludes a new scientific review
Despite the health risks posed by contaminants, breastfeeding nearly always remains the optimal choice for infant feeding.
31.10.2008 | Health & Environment Alliance (HEAL)
Baby bottles: New EFSA statement on bisphenol-A
Environmental- and health organisations criticise EFSA's stand on bisphenol-A
30.10.2008 | HEAL newsletter
Cosmétiques bébés sous surveillance
French commission for Sustainable Development asks young mothers to no longer accept free baby gift boxes, an article published by French newspaper Le Monde
14.10.2008 | Le Monde
German Federal Environment Agency warns against the dangers of bisphenol A (BPA) - a plastic used in baby bottles
New study confirms that children's health could be threatened by this chemical substance
18.09.2008 | Umwelt Bundesamt
Chemicals may increase breast cancer risk
Natural and synthetic estrogens are well-known risk factor for developing breast cancer. Manmade chemicals with oestrogen effect may also raise risk for breast cancer. That is shown by new report “Breast cancer and exposure to hormonally active chemicals: An appraisal of the scientific evidence”.
13.06.2008 | CASCADE newsletter