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Antibacterial Soap no Better then Regular Soap and May be Linked to Autism by Gina Nick Doctor of Philosophy Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:04pm New research is pointing to a growing concern that antibacterial soaps, and the antibacterial pesticides contained within them, like Triclosan, may be detrimental to pregnant women, infants and young children.  Triclosan is an endocrine disruptor which means that it could also trigger other diseases,  such as breast cancer, prostate cancer, a ... Read on »
ANTIBACTERIAL SOAP IS TOXIC: Could harm fetus and infants; Pollutes breast milk by Diane Patient Expert Posted Tue 29 Jul 2008 8:21am Thinking about buying some handy 'germ fighting' dish soap or bathroom cleanser? Think again. In all likelihood, those cleaners containtriclosan, a toxic pesticide that'smarketed as an"antibacterial agent" but is powerful enough to threaten children's health and pollute mothers' breast milk. According to astudy by researchers at the non-profit ... Read on »
Antibacterial Soap: An Imminent Threat to Human Health and the Environment? by Stephen Tvedten Patient Expert Posted Wed 15 Jul 2009 7:44pm Antibacterial Soap: An Imminent Threat to Human Health and the Environment? Groups petition the FDA to ban the use of triclosan, a common antibacterial chemical in hand soap. Arguing that the chemical commonly used to give antibacterial soap its bite "poses imminent threats to human health and the environment," two groups are petitioning the ... Read on »
Is Antibacterial Soap Necessary? by lisakthrives Posted Tue 01 Dec 2009 12:00am Dec 29 Antibacterial soap was developed to prevent the spread of infection in hospitals, and has edged its way into our everyday liveshand soap, hand s ... Read on »
Is the Soap Lobby Right That Antibacterials Are Safe? by Stephen Tvedten Patient Expert Posted Mon 29 Aug 2011 9:40am Is the Soap Lobby Right That Antibacterials Are Safe? By Kiera Butler - Mon Aug. 29, 2011 2:30 AM PDT By now, you've probably heard of triclosan, an antimicrobial agent present in all kinds of personal hygiene products, from soap to deodorant to toothpaste. The New York Times recently reported on the raging debate between public health advoc ... Read on »
Are antibacterial soaps safe? – the Beauty Brains Show Episode 11 by Sarah B. Patient Expert Posted Tue 31 Dec 2013 1:01am Perry and I discuss breaking news on the safety of antibacterial soaps including an explanation of what the FDA is doing about it and what that means for you. This is not just another crappy year end review show – it’s all brand new material!   Win a free copy of our book just by reviewing the show on iTunes! (We’ll pick one lucky winner ... Read on »
Softsoap Naturals Clean Protection Antibacterial Hand Soap: Look At The Label by Sarah B. Patient Expert Posted Sat 07 Apr 2012 2:01am Continuing our look at top selling beauty products on… This product is is Amazon’s #5 best seller and supposedly protects skin’s natural moisture level, provides mild lather, and contains “two antibacterial skin cleaners that cut through soil quickly.” Which ingredients make it work? Let’s look at the label to find out. ... Read on »
Antibacterial Soaps aren't squeaky clean by Robin P. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 4:38pm I learned a lot fromErinabout the toxins in skin care products. Read thispost. Now this just in fromRhonda. Triclosan: It may not be a household word, but there is little to no chance that you haven’t come into direct contact with it in your home--while washing your hands, brushing your teeth or applying deodorant or face cream. Now th ... Read on »
GymSoap - Antifungal, Antibacterial Body Wash by John !. Patient Expert Posted Mon 21 Jul 2008 10:03am Disclaimer: While this is not a paid review I did get sent a sample bottle and 3 additional bottles to use in acontest giveaway. Nonetheless, my opinions are my own. If you are on the path to a healthy lifestyle like me you probably spend a fair amount of time in the gym. While I haven’t had a gym membership in years, I do remember th ... Read on »
Green Back to School: Avoid the Antibacterial, Triclosan Hand Soap by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Wed 24 Aug 2011 12:00am Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to for updates on this topic. Image via Wikipedia My kids started school last week.  Schools can be toxic places. From pesticides and herbicides used outdoors to harsh chemical cleaning products used inside, our children are exposed to many toxins ... Read on »