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When can a Chemical Substance be qualified as a "New Active Substance"? The New Reflection Paper of the EMA gives Information

When can a Chemical Substance be qualified as a “New Active Substance”? The New Reflection Paper of the EMA gives Information

A chemical structure with a therapeutic moiety for which no authorisation dossier has been submitted so far and which is – from a chemical structure point of view – not related to any other authorised substances is per se a “NAS” (New Active Substance).  239 more words

Regulatory

Toxic Chicken

Tyson Foods: Stop pouring dangerous chemicals on chickens     

                                                By Sherry M.                                                 Washington, Alabama

Change.org

I didn’t expect to already be on disability, seeking early retirement. 597 more words

~ Politics Petitions Pollution &pop Culture

Toxic Nightmare or Detox Fairytale ?

Once upon a time, in a kingdom-not-so-far away, workers in giant factories were busy making children’s clothes.

Away from prying eyes, the workers were forced to use hazardous Little Monsters to help print and dye the garments. 264 more words

~ Live Green Promote Green Business/Political Action

What You Need To Know About Drugs?

Drugs

A drug is, in the broadest of terms, a chemical substance that has known biological effects on humans or other animals. Food are generally excluded from this definition, in spite of their physiological effects on animal species. 285 more words

Chemical Substance

IQ destroying chemicals, and their abundance.


IQ destroying chemicals, and their abundance.

Brief video with citations, explaining the chemical assault that is overtaking our young and our future.

IQ erosion is probably not directly cumulative ( i.e. 125 more words

Lethal Or Unintended Side Effects

How catalyst works

A catalyst is a chemical substance that affects the rate of a chemical reaction by altering the activation energy required for the reaction to proceed. 82 more words

Know-How

Chemical industry admits formaldehyde is a carcinogen

For years, the chemical industry has been winning a political battle to keep formaldehyde from being declared a known carcinogen.

The industry’s chief lobby group, the American Chemistry Council, has persuaded members of Congress that the findings of both the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Health and Human Services were wrong and should be reviewed by the National Academy of Sciences. 436 more words

Indoor Air Quality