Ways to Reduce Exposure to Chemicals that Harm Reproductive Health

Today, over 250 health professionals attended our monthly forum on the environment and reproductive health and I am certain that no one left the room doubting that the chemicals we are exposed to at home, at work, in our food, and in the air are harmful to reproductive health.   Dr. Tracey Woodruff from the Program on Reproductive Health and the Environment from UC SF was our outstanding speaker.   A summary of her presentation will be posted in a few days on this blog but if you are concerned about the effect of chemicals on you and your family, especially children, she directed us to a brochure her institution produced that is available free on line that is filled with helpful hints.    Click on Toxic Matters to download a free copy and check back in a few days for our summary article.