Sense about Science ? equipping people to make sense of science and evidence
Tackling misconceptions about chemicals
- Debunking detox
- Debunking detox
- Live plastic packaging Q&A
- Making Sense of Chemical Stories
- Parabens in cosmetics: an office experiment
- "Breast cancer 'risk' all over shops' shelves"?
- "Chemicals in food packaging may be health risk"
- "Children in agricultural areas are being exposed to a dangerous cocktail of pesticides"
- "GM crops have increased the use of danger pesticides"
- "Is aluminium really a silent killer?"
- "Is BPA linked with increased risk of miscarriage?"
- "The hidden perils from fruit and veg"
- "Tinned food chemical alert"
- 'For the Record' on whether old sofas can affect babies' weight
- Are wartime helmets too dangerous for the classroom?
- Are your toiletries toxic? The Daily Mail, 6th July 2009
- Bisin: Is this the food industry's Holy Grail?
- Bisphenol A in food packaging
- Can PCBs and phthalates be linked to premature menopause?
- Can perfume make your unborn baby infertile?
- Can shopping receipts make you impotent? The Telegraph, 30th June 2010
- Can your health be assessed by measuring antioxidant levels on the skin?
- Can your lipstick give you heart problems?
- Chemicals in Children
- Chemicals in spray tan "may increase the incidence of cancer, diabetes, obesity and to impair fertility."
- Chlorinated water and birth defects
- Criticisms on FSA organic food study, Daily Mail, 31st July 2009
- Debunking Detox
- Diet and Autism, Daily Mail, 23rd June 2009
- Do flame retardants in sofas cause cancer?
- Do phthalates cause obesity?
- Does exposure to BPA during pregnancy affect aggressive behaviour in children?
- Growth hormones in livestock
- Harmful chemicals in make-up and household products
- Making Sense of Chemical Stories, 2nd Edition
- Making Sense of Food Additives
- Sodium benzoate
- Underarm deodorants and breast cancer