How do PFAS and other micro pollutants affect our health? Studies have linked PFOA and PFOS to diseases and cancers varying across age groups.
Infants and Children
- Birth defects
- Reduced immune function
- Learning, behavior, and growth defects
- Weakened immune system
- Fertility issues for women
- Thyroid disease
- High cholesterol
- Various cancers (prostate, kidney, testicular)
- Liver damage
- Hormonal imbalances
- Ulcerative colitis
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Some things we’re talking about around our water cooler and think you might like:
California finds widespread water contamination of ‘forever chemicals’ – Los Angeles Times
Should We Break Our Bottled Water Habit? – Consumer Reports