Core Science

African American Women and Breast Cancer

African American women face both disproportionate exposure to breast carcinogens and the highest risk of serious health impacts from the...

Fragrance

Fragrance or 'parfum' is any of the approximately 4,000 chemicals used by the fragrance industry to formulate scents for use in...

BCPP’s Red List of Chemicals of Concern

BCPP’s Red List serves as the basis for a restricted substances list of chemicals that a brand, company or manufacturer prohibits...

Work and Breast Cancer

We found evidence that work as flight attendants, physicians and nurses, retail and sales associates, teachers, hairdressers and cosmetologists and...

Firefighters and Breast Cancer

Firefighters have raised concerns about breast cancer risk among women in the fire service. Research indicates elevated risk of cancer...

Phthalates Victory: Consumer Agency to Ban Harmful Chemicals in Children’s Toys

In a major victory for public health, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CSPC) voted, 3-2, to ban several harmful phthalate...

In California, Cleaning Product Companies to Come Clean on Ingredients

Until now, consumers, workers, and public health agencies have been left in the dark about the potential presence of allergens,...

State of the Evidence 2017

Read our Executive Summary or full report to examine the expanding, compelling data linking radiation and chemicals in our environment...

Not So Sexy Report

Short of sending your favorite perfume to a lab for testing, shoppers have no way of knowing what’s hiding in...

Baby’s Tub is Still Toxic Report

BCPP's Campaign for Safe Cosmetics purchased and reviewed labels of Johnson’s Baby Shampoo sold in 13 countries for quaternium-15, a...

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