Healthy Stuff Reports

December 16, 2013
Toxic Chemicals Found in Some of 2013’s Hottest Electronic Kids Tablets
December 5, 2013
  HealthyStuff.org research finds thousands of pounds of hazardous chemicals in plastic beaded products, including beaded holiday garlands and Mardi Gras beads. Below find the Product Test Samples from 2013. 
November 15, 2013
Chemical hazards found in kitchen, exercise equipment, jewelry, consumer electronics, building and outdoor products Some retailers responding, others remain silent
August 8, 2013
New Study of Picnic Supplies Finds Lead, Phthalates, Hazardous Flame Retardants, Organotins and Other Harmful Ingredients Mind the Store Calls on Top Ten Retailers to Phase Out Toxics
May 7, 2013
Hoses Can Leach Phthalates and BPA into Water, Study Finds Retailers Called on to Stop Selling Products May 7, 2013  —  High levels of hazardous chemicals, many of which have been banned in children’s products, were found in garden hoses for the second year in row. Phthalates and the toxic chemical BPA were all found in the water of a new hose after sitting outside in the sun for just a few days, according to researchers at the Ann Arbor-based Ecology Center, which has just completed a study of toxic chemicals in garden hoses.
October 3, 2012
Study on Toxic Chemicals in Mobile Phones : 36 Phones Tested for Lead, Mercury, Hazardous Flame Retardants and other harmful chemicals. October 3rd, 2012 -- For the first time the Ann Arbor-based Ecology Center teamed up with technology gurus at ifixit.com to research toxic chemicals in 36 different cell phones, including the recently released iPhone 5 and Samsung’s Galaxy S III.  The iPhone 5 ranked 5th, versus its primary competitor, Samsung Galaxy S III, which ranked 9th. The most toxic phone tested was the iPhone 2G. 
March 13, 2012
What Chemicals Did We Test for? HealthyStuff.org tested jewelry for chemicals based on their toxicity or suspected toxicity, persistence, and/or tendency to build up in people and the environment. These chemicals, including lead, cadmium, arsenic, mercury and bromine and chlorine (PVC) have been linked in animal and some human studies to acute allergies and to long-term health impacts such as birth defects, impaired learning, liver toxicity, and cancer.
February 15, 2012
New Guide to Toxic Chemicals in Cars Helps Consumers Avoid "New Car Smell" As Major Source of Indoor Air Pollution Best Picks: Honda Civic, Toyota Prius, Honda CR-Z  Worst Picks: Mitsubishi Outlander Sport, Chrysler 200, Kia Soul Honda Rated as Top Manufacturer; PVC Reduction Efforts Hailed
December 6, 2010
New Research Finds 4 out of 5 Sets of Christmas and Holiday String Lights Contain Lead
December 3, 2008
One in Three Children's Toys Tested Found to have Significant Levels of Toxic Chemicals Including Lead, Flame Retardants, and Arsenic Some Products on Shelves this Holiday Season Will be Illegal to Sell in February Environmental Health Groups Hold Toy Testing Events Nationwide and Urge Manufacturers and Gov't to Phase Out Most Harmful Chemicals Immediately

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