New Database on Toxic Chemicals in Everyday Products Reveals Lead, Arsenic, PVC, & Hazardous Flame Retardants in School Supplies, Pet Products, Cars, and More

September 16, 2009

Researchers at HealthyStuff.org have tested over 900 common products for toxic chemicals including lead, cadmium, mercury, bromine, chlorine (PVC) and arsenic. Using an XRF analyzer, researchers at the Ecology Center analyzed the ingredients of pet products, cars, women's handbags, children's car seats and more, creating the largest database yet of independent tests of toxic chemicals in consumer goods.

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Nickelodeon  – September 11, 2009
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munchkin  – September 11, 2009
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Party!  – September 12, 2009
LOW
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Gold Bug  – September 11, 2009
LOW
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Melissa & Doug  – September 12, 2009
LOW
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Petmate  – June 8, 2009
MED
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Petco  – April 28, 2009
LOW
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Petco  – April 28, 2009
NONE
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Petco  – April 28, 2009
LOW
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Petco  – April 28, 2009
NONE
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Imaginarium  – September 12, 2009
LOW
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MED
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3.0
Petco  – April 24, 2009
LOW
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Petco  – April 24, 2009
LOW
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Petco  – April 24, 2009
LOW
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