Russ Hauser’s research on ortho-phthalates, commonly found in personal care products, is the focus of this Harvard Chan School’s Big 3 Q&A.
Russ Hauser, MD, and Harvard Chan School Dean Michelle A. Williams, ScD, both Harvard Pop Center faculty members, are authors on a paper published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives that explores the link between the use of personal care products, such as cologne, deodorant and sunblock, and urine concentrations of phthalates and parabens, many … Continue reading “Phthalates and parabens found in men’s urine shortly after use of common personal care products”
A study by Harvard Pop Center faculty member Russ Hauser, MD, finds that women undergoing fertility treatments who were found to have higher concentrations of a common type of flame retardant in their urine were less likely to become clinically pregnant and achieve a live birth. Learn more in this press release by the Harvard T.H. … Continue reading “Flame retardant chemicals found in many foam products may lower chances of pregnancy, live birth”