How worried should we be about everyday chemicals?

Posted on 07 September 2010

This is the sub-title of a recent New Yorker article called ‘The plastic panic’. Certainly worth the read if you are interested in your health…

In few words and for the lazy ones, the article argues that we are not completely sure about how plastic materials (water bottles, feeding-bottles, toys, etc) actually harm human beings (and nature…) but that we should definitely be cautious about it. However and given the possible effects that are detrimental to our health, I’m wondering whether we should be over-zealous and already ban – or minimize – the use of plastic in our daily life. Or am I getting paranoid here?…

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