Plasma concentrations of parabens in postmenopausal women and self-reported use of personal care products: the NOWAC postgenome study

@article{Sandanger2011PlasmaCO,
  title={Plasma concentrations of parabens in postmenopausal women and self-reported use of personal care products: the NOWAC postgenome study},
  author={Torkjel Manning Sandanger and Sandra Huber and Morten K. Moe and Tonje Braathen and Henriette Leknes and Eiliv Lund},
  journal={Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={21},
  pages={595-600}
}
Parabens are used extensively in personal care products; however, their estrogenic properties have raised concern over risks to human health. High levels of total parabens, mainly as conjugates, have been reported in human plasma/serum, with limited data on native parabens. Our objective was to assess and link plasma concentrations of native common parabens to self-reported use of personal care products in women from the general population. The information was obtained from an extensive… CONTINUE READING

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