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How to Avoid Environmental Hormone Disruptors

Renée Sharp, Director of Research at the Environmental Working Group, discusses how to avoid the top environmental hormone disruptors.

Renée Sharp    Renée Sharp Director of Research Environmental Working Group Renée Sharp from the Environmental Working Group joins the PCOS Challenge radio show to discuss the dirty dozen hormone disruptors.

Renée directs EWG's toxics research program, working to educate consumers and policy makers about threats to public and environment health – and what we can do to avoid them.

Renée joined EWG as a scientist in 2000 after earning her Masters and Bachelors degrees in Biology from Pennsylvania State University and Rice University, and has since authored dozens of reports and led the effort to get the toxic chemical BPA banned from baby bottles in California. A true science geek at heart, René has also served on advisory boards for Kaiser Permanente's Research Program on Genetics Environment and Health as well as the University of California's Toxics Substances Research and Teaching Program. She is an avid outdoorswoman and a long-time practitioner of mindfulness and Buddhist meditation.

For more information, visit http://www.ewg.org.

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