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TEDX List of Potential Endocrine Disruptors

Have you been wondering what endocrine disrupting chemicals might be in your shampoo, or which pesticides or flame retardants are endocrine disruptors? Now you can find out with the new search page for the TEDX List of Potential Endocrine Disruptors that includes 14 different categories to identify the uses and sources of exposure for each chemical.  You can also see a short tutorial on how to use the searchable list.

Why do we call them potential endocrine disruptors? No one has defined how much scientific evidence is “enough” to call a chemical an endocrine disruptor (witness the ongoing BPA debate). The purpose of the TEDX List is to present the chemicals for which at least one peer-reviewed study has been published, so that scientists, regulators, advocates, and the public are better informed.

Please let us know how you are using the TEDX List, and we will do our best to continue improving it. 


TEDX is a nonprofit scientific research institute. We evaluate and interpret scientific evidence on the effects of common chemicals, known as endocrine disruptors, in order to prevent harm to human and animal health.