Proposition 65 - California
Products of Interest

07/29/14 - A trade group representing manufacturers in Australia has called on the government there to perform an investigation into the health risks posed by some dyes used in imported furniture. ...

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Products of Interest

07/29/14 - Researchers from two Arizona universities have concluded that metallic nanomaterials found in dietary supplement drinks decrease human digestive abilities leading to those materials' eventual release into the environment. ...

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NTP

07/29/14 - Researchers looking for ways to improve risk assessment have concluded that the principals of the systematic review process can and should be applied to environmental health questions. ...

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Warnings

07/28/14 - An advocacy group has launched a campaign aimed at ending Prop. 65, California's law mandating consumer warning labels on products containing chemicals deemed to be hazardous by the state. ...

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OEHHA

07/26/14 - OEHHA has releasied two documents for public review, one summarizing the toxicity and derivation of Reference Exposure Levels (RELs) for Toluene Diisocyanate (TDI) and the other summarizing the toxicity and derivation of RELs for Methylene Diphenyl Diisocyanate (MDI)....

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Studies

07/25/14 - Researchers using a new review method, which combines both human and non-human study results, have concluded that perfluorooctanoic acid can be harmful to fetal development. ...

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Studies

07/21/14 - A congressman has introduced a bill that would ban the sale and distribution of cosmetics and personal care products that contain synthetic microbeads. ...

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Products of Interest

07/21/14 - While the Food and Drug Administration has yet to take a position on the safety or risk of nanomaterials in consumer goods, the agency recently released three final guidances and a draft guidance to provide clarity for use of the materials in FDA-regulated products. ...

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Products of Interest

07/21/14 - Scientists from the Environmental Working Group have found that some foods fortified with vitamins and minerals could be toxic if consumed in excess. ...

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Regulatory

07/16/14 - OEHHA has determined that metam potassium (CAS# 131-41-7) will not be considered for listing as a Proposition 65 reproductive toxicant. As part of a settlement last year with the Sierra Club OEHHA agreed to make an initial determination whether to issue a notice of intent (NOI) to list metam potassium by this August [see Partial Settlement Resolves Most of Issues Remaining in Litigation Over Slow Listings, August 1, 2013]. ...

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