The European Parliament is trying to teach a fish how to swim: when politicians play scientists

Some members of the European Parliament insist on trying to teach fish how to swim. With their amendment last week, summarised on Twitter as “Ban BPA from all food contact materials, say MEPs”, members of the European Parliament have decided

Headline figures from speculative studies on costs of EDCs

Speculative anti-BPA studies seem to be spring flowers

A new study that alleges to estimate the costs “reasonably attributed” to exposure to endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) has appeared, another in a series of speculative studies which seem to blossom in the spring. Released last week at ENDO 2015,

ED or not ED? Adverse Effect Matters

Today the European Parliament adopted a non-binding report calling on the EU to address the issue of endocrine disruptive chemicals (EDCs or EDs) as a priority and make EU rules on them stricter. I have followed with great interest the