Minggu, 23 November 2014

Lead levels halved

In recent years, many studies suggest toxicity of bisphenol A on human health.  To avoid the risk of ingestion, France has planned to remove any food container 2015, which does not please the manufacturers, who find the time too short to replace the resin with one that we will no doubt on safety.
In recent years, many studies suggest toxicity of bisphenol A on human health. http://enjoycoloring.com/ To avoid the risk of ingestion, France has planned to remove any food container 2015, which does not please the manufacturers, who find the time too short to replace the resin with one that we will not doubt on the safety.

Lead levels halved

The decline has been more modest in contrast to the mercury found in the hair of 1,799 mothers in the days following the birth, with an average concentration of 0.40 mg / l. This is slightly lower or equivalent to those measured in previous studies (0.53 g / l in a study in 2006-2007)

According to Laurence Guldner, which coordinates perinatal component of the study InVS, lay in repeated warnings against the presence of BPA in baby bottles and more generally in food containers could explain the decline of this pollutant in pregnant women. http://enjoycoloring.com/tag/beautiful/ The decrease in the concentration of lead his side could be related to the prohibition of gasoline and lead paint. To mercury concentrations that have hardly declined and remain higher than those observed in other European countries or the United States, they could be related to different patterns of consumption of seafood. According to Ms. Guldner, concentrations of lead and mercury are increasing in addition to the mother's age, contrary to BPA is rapidly eliminated.

The results for other substances such as phthalates , the pesticides , polybrominated and perfluorinated compounds will be released by the end of the year, while the analysis of the factors that could explain these levels of impregnation will be published in 2015, says the InVS.

Lead, mercury and BPA falling among French pregnant women

Lead, mercury and BPA falling among French pregnant women

Exposure of pregnant women and their unborn children to lead, mercury and bisphenol A (BPA) is decreasing in France, according to preliminary results of a study made public by the Institute of Health Surveillance (VS).

In 10 years, bisphenol A levels in the bodies of pregnant women was divided by three from the results of a study conducted by French researchers.  http://enjoycoloring.com/ This is what was revealed by the Health Watch Institute on the occasion of two international conferences on environment and health.  © Twonix Studio, shutterstock.com

The exposure to bisphenol A (BPA) was divided by three between the mid 2000s and 2011, as shown by the assays performed on urine samples from 1,764 mothers during their maternity admission in 2011. More 90% of these women had detectable levels of BPA, with an average of 0.70 g / l against 2.5 mcg / l observed in two regional studies conducted between 2003 and 2007, also in pregnant women. http://enjoycoloring.com/animals/ Women tested in 2011 were all part of the mother-child cohort Elf , which has the objective to follow 20,000 children born in 2011, from birth to adulthood to better understand how the environment, surroundings family and living conditions influence their development and health.

Beyond BPA, researchers are also interested in lead and mercury , two substances found in 100%, respectively, and 98% of pregnant women studied in 2011. The average lead concentration was evaluated at 8.30 g / l through assays performed in 1968 mothers cord blood at the time of birth , half of those seen in 2006 in a previous study.