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Women's Voices for the Earth 06/20/2019 11:21
New York is set to be the first state in the nation to require period product makers to disclose ingredients. There is no federal requirement to do so, and only a few companies provide this vital information. A.164-A, introduced by Assembly Member Linda B. Rosenthal (D-Manhattan), and S.2387-B, introduced by Senator Roxanne J. Persaud (D-District 19), passed both houses of the NYS legislature. The post New York Policymakers Pass Bill to Disclose Period Product Ingredients appeared first on Women's Voices for the Earth .
Women's Voices for the Earth 06/03/2019 17:19
WVE was founded in 1995 to fill a much needed role and bring different voices to the environmental health movement. We recognized a failure to address the health impacts of gender oppression, and a structure that did not fully recognize the systemic connections between health, class, race, ability when it comes to the air we breathe, the water we drink and the conditions of our homes, our workplaces and our communities. Studies on toxic exposure and health were almost entirely limited to white men - ignoring the disproportionate and unique impact that exposure has not only on women and girls’ health and fertility, but also on people of color, workers, and the LGBTQ community. The post Health and Justice for the Environment and Our Communiti.
Women's Voices for the Earth 05/23/2019 14:23
The Guardian by Lauren Zanolli …“There are chemicals in fragrances that do cause [cancer and reproductive effects], we know this from animal studies,” says Alexandra Scranton, director of Science and Research for Women’s Voices for the Earth (WVE), a women’s health not-for-profit. “Do people who use a lot of fragrance get more cancer than those... Read More. The post Why smelling good could come with a cost to health appeared first on Women's Voices for the Earth .
Women's Voices for the Earth 04/25/2019 14:18
Chemical Watch by Vanessa Zainzinger … In a fact sheet released last week, WVE flags that the use of nanosilver as a biocide in “antibacterial” menstrual care products has increased. But studies show that the compound is effective at killing various strains of lactobacilli, bacteria that aids vaginal health by preventing the growth of other... Read More. The post US NGO campaigns against nanosilver in menstrual products appeared first on Women's Voices for the Earth .
Women's Voices for the Earth 04/18/2019 11:51
Environmental health organization, Women’s Voices for the Earth (WVE), has released a new fact sheet that raises concerns about the use of nanosilver in menstrual products like period underwear and pads, calling particular attention to the antibacterial agent’s impact on important bacteria necessary for maintaining vaginal and vulva health. Not all period underwear or menstrual pads are made with nanosilver, but unfortunately companies who make these products are not required to disclose their ingredients. The post Hidden Nanosilver in Period Products Is A Concern, Says Health Organization appeared first on Women's Voices for the Earth .
Women's Voices for the Earth 04/07/2019 14:12
Sierra Club Magazine by Katie O’Reilly …The findings are triggering broader conversations about societal attitudes toward women’s reproductive health. Alexandra Scranton, director of science and research for Women’s Voices for the Earth, a nonprofit that works to eliminate toxins that harm women’s health, points out that it’s telling that this all started as a media... Read More. The post Diapers and Pads May Be Leaching Chemicals Into Our Bodies appeared first on Women's Voices for the Earth .
Women's Voices for the Earth 03/14/2019 15:23
In response to public demands, Prestige Brands has removed harmful colorants from their Summer’s Eve vaginal washes. This move follows national environmental health non-profit, Women’s Voices for the Earth (WVE)’s, public campaign highlighting concerns that colorants found in many vaginal washes come in contact with vaginal mucous membranes – violating the FDA’s use restrictions, and may adversely affect the health of people using these products. The post Women Move Summer’s Eve to Remove Dangerous Dyes from Vaginal Washes appeared first on Women's Voices for the Earth .

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