It's a rare event when even the fervently anti-chemical journal Environmental Health Perspectives publishes a study exonerating phthalates from contributing to childhood obesity. So how rare is it when it publishes two such studies? Must be a blue moon, again.
The journal Environmental Health Perspectives publishes any study linking a chemical to any bad outcome. Today s junkpile: a poorly conceived, poorly analyzed, data-dredged propaganda piece which strains to find a link between pesticides and autism. And fails.