Cosmetic chemical increases osteoporosis risk

Of the 13,000+ chemicals used in cosmetics, only 10% have been safety tested. On top of that, manufacturers are not required to release the testing data to the FDA. Considering how unregulated the cosmetic industry is, it’s no surprise that a recent study linked a chemical commonly used in cosmetics and other products to an increased risk in osteoporosis. In the study, published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, researchers looked at data from 1,848 women...

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