#60 | How Plastic Is Damaging Our Health & Environment | Dr. Carol Kwiatkowski 

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Endocrine disrupters are all around us every single day. From the cosmetics we use to the containers and even the receipts we hold on to. The tiny chemicals are damaging our health and more importantly our future offspring. Much of these chemicals comes from plastic, which is also damaging our environment, at unbelievable rates. Dr. Carol Kwiatkowski, PHD and the Executive Director at TEDx (The Endocrine Disruption Exchange) explains everything we need to know about what we're currently doing to our health and environment as well as how we can create change. Unfortunately, corporations and manufacturers aren't going to change what their products are made from unless the consumers change the demand. It's up to each and every one of us to do our part in order to save our health and ultimately our planet!
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Dr. Carol Kwiatkowski:
Carol has been the Executive Director of TEDX since 2008. She is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at North Carolina State University and the University of Colorado. Carol directs the development of TEDX’s scientific products, services, and communication strategies. She also lectures on the work of TEDX at meetings, conferences, and college classrooms across the country. Carol lives and works in Cary, North Carolina.

Prior to joining TEDX, Carol was an Assistant Professor at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. There, she developed behavioral interventions to prevent disease transmission. She received her PhD from the University of Denver, where she studied human cognition, learning and memory.
TEDX.org for an EDC Fact Sheet and good general information on EDCs

Just released - TEDX/HEAL Infographics

Twitter: @endoexchange for TEDX Daily Tips on how to reduce your exposure

Facebook: @theendocrinedisruptionexchange for EDC of the Week Posts

A 30 minute webinar on bisphenols and phthalates in plastics

A page of links to other great websites with information on EDCs

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