This growing compilation of research by ISCHE scientists illustrates many unseen  environmental hazards that often linger in plain sight—and the best ways to avoid them. 

Environmental toxic chemicals are all around us. We are constantly being exposed to different toxic chemicals. 

PBDEs are found in common household products and can impact fetal brain development. Learn how to avoid these toxic chemicals below.

Air pollution is a major risk factor for heart disease, the leading cause of death worldwide. The problem is, we can’t escape it, it’s all around us.

Environmental toxic chemicals are all around us. Children are especially vulnerable. Learn how to avoid toxic chemicals and keep your family safe.

PBDEs are found in common household products and can impact fetal brain development. Learn how to avoid these toxic chemicals below.

Microplastics are the result of plastic breaking down into fine particles and often contain toxins that are hazardous to our health.

Air pollution is a major risk factor for heart disease, the leading cause of death worldwide. The problem is, we can’t escape it, it’s all around us.

PBDEs are found in common household products and can impact fetal brain development. Learn how to avoid these toxic chemicals below.

Air pollution is a major risk factor for heart disease, the leading cause of death worldwide. The problem is, we can’t escape it, it’s all around us.

Air pollution is a major risk factor for heart disease, the leading cause of death worldwide. The problem is, we can’t escape it, it’s all around us.

Many Pesticides are toxic to humans. They may induce adverse health effects including cancer, effects on reproduction and fertility, immune or nervous systems.

Lead exposure is the leading cause of fatal heart attacks in the US. Studies have shown lead accounts for over 185,000 deaths every year.

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