CHEMICALS AND BREAST CANCER: New Study

A groundbreaking research study coordinated by the non-profit Silent Spring Institute and recently published by the American Cancer Society found that synthetic chemicals have likely played a large role in the rising incidence of breast cancer throughout the world over the last half-century. The study identified 216 man-made chemicals-including those found in everyday products like pesticides, cosmetics, dyes, drugs and gasoline (and diesel exhaust)-that have been shown to cause breast cancer in animals. Researchers believe these substances, many of which “mimic” naturally occurring hormones once inside the body, are also to blame for the increasing prevalence of human breast cancer. Read the rest at:

http://www.alternet.org/environment/54492/

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 A great video series for kids to learn about how important it is to protect animals from farming abuses.

hope for two minutes

http://www.brightlion.com/InHope/InHope_En.aspx

For every parent and pet owner. A must see. Please pass along. This movie is far more gentle than most I have seen on these topics. It may even be suitable for someone over 14 or 15. You decide. But, please take a moment to view it. You will want to pass it on.

This moving presentation is about 2 minutes. It is also available to view in other languages. See the site menu once you get there please.

Sheree