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  • Parents, Kids, Doctors, Nurses and Giant Duck Demand Toxic-Free Toys

    02/07/08

    Urge legislators to pass Children's Safe Products Act

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  • The Breast Cancer Fund Applauds California Ban on Toxic Toys

    10/14/07

    AB 1108 will keep dangerous chemicals out of children's toys

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  • Sens. Clinton, Hatch, and Speaker Pelosi Promote New Health Initiative to Protect Americans from Environmental Health Hazards

    09/24/07

    Bill Would Create Program to Track Where and When Chronic Diseases Occur and Study Their Connection to Environmental Toxicants

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  • Assemblywoman Fiona Ma, Author Dr. Harvey Karp and Parents gather to urge Governor Schwarzenegger -- Don't veto toxic toys bill

    09/10/07

    Toys with lead have been recalled, but thousands of unsafe toys still being sold in California

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  • Early Puberty Increasing among U.S. Girls, particularly African Americans

    09/06/07

    New Breast Cancer Fund report calls for interventions that acknowledge that low-income, overweight, girls of color are most at risk

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  • Cancer-causing Chemical Found in Children's Bath Products

    02/08/07

    Women's Shampoos and Body Wash also Contaminated

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  • 500 Cosmetics Companies Pledge to Make Safer Health and Beauty Products

    01/25/07

    Lacking Federal Regulation and Enforcement, Manufacturers and States Take the Lead on Safety

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  • New National Campaign Launched to Strengthen Radiation, Chemical Exposure Health Protection Standards

    10/19/06

    Groups Ask President Bush to Shift Basis of Federal Regulations from Adult Males to Groups Most At Risk - Pregnant Women, Children

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  • New California Environmental Health Program Will Measure Pollution in People

    09/29/06

    Schwarzenegger Approves First-in-Nation Statewide Biomonitoring Program; Says Number of Chemicals People are Exposed to Daily Goes "On and On and On"

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  • Bill to Measure Pollution in People Passes Legislature

    08/30/06

    Decision Now Falls to Governor

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  • Nail Polishes to Become a Little Safer

    08/30/06

    OPI, Orly and Sally Hansen Brands Remove Ingredient Linked to Birth Defects; Sally Hansen also to Remove Toluene and Formaldehyde

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  • Consumers Press OPI to Give its Nail Polish a Makeover

    04/19/06

    Salon Brand Contains Some of the Most Toxic Ingredients on the Market

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  • New Statewide Effort to Measure Pollution in People Launched

    03/28/06

    Senators, Scientists, Cancer Survivors and Advocates to Promote "Biomonitoring" Technology at Capitol Press Conference Wednesday

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  • Report Finds Half of Breast Cancer Causes May Be Environmental

    01/24/06

    U.S. Women's Lifetime Risk for Breast Cancer Has Nearly Tripled since 1964

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  • Cosmetics Popular with Teenagers Linked to Breast Cancer, Other Serious Health Problems

    12/07/05

    Adolescents are Especially Vulnerable to Toxic Exposures from Chemical Ingredients

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  • Governor Signs Safe Cosmetics Bill

    10/08/05

    New Law Heightens Scrutiny of Industry Safety

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  • Schwarzenegger Vetoes Program to Measure Pollution in People

    10/08/05

    Bill Would Have Established First Statewide Biomonitoring Program in California

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  • Gov. Schwarzenegger Signs Radiation Safety Bill into Law

    09/30/05

    New Safety Standards, Recent Advances in Imaging Technology Will Help Minimize Cancer Danger from X-rays

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  • California Assembly Passes Safe Cosmetics Bill

    08/31/05
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  • Study Finds Prominent Californians Contain Hazardous Chemicals Common in Consumer Products

    08/30/05

    Diverse Group of California Residents Found to Have 10 Times as Much Mercury and Higher Levels of DDT than Other Americans

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