24 November 2014. A new video ideal to raise attention to chemical brain drainers has been released at YouTube. It features pioneer scientist, Professor Bruce Lanphear from Simon Fraser University in Canada, and lively graphics illustrate how chemical pollutants enter our bodies and affect brain development. The video was highly praised in a review in Huffington Post. Says Lanphear: “I firmly believe that until mothers and the public become more familiar with this science not much will happen. The hope is that videos like this will help people understand this emerging pattern of toxicity.” YouTube already recorded thousands of downloads, so Landphear’s (and our) hope may come true.
This site already links to several related videos. A recent public lecture by Philippe Grandjean was recorded by the Science for the Public and is now available for viewing. This site will help spread the news with links to new videos – please let us know!