Infertility. Early puberty. Decreased sperm counts. Breast and prostate cancers. These are just a few of the reproductive health problems that are increasing in the United States today. More and more evidence implicates that some of these increases are linked to our constant exposure to toxic chemicals, from the air we breathe, to the water we drink, to the everyday products we bring into our homes.
- Molly Jones Gray: Babies deserve to grow in a healthy environment
- Campaign Teleconference: Toxic Chemicals & Reproductive Health: What is the Relationship?
- Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families Health Report: Toxic Chemicals and Reproductive Health.
- Tracey Woodruff delivers testimony to the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works “Current Science on Public Exposure to Toxic Chemicals” (PDF) (February 4, 2010).
- Tracey Woodruff responds to Senators Inhofe and Vitter’s questions (PDF) following testimony on February 4, 2010.
- Listen to the Teleconference: Toxic Chemicals and Reproductive Health: What’s the Relationship?