Leffers said that a "single paracetamol tablet (500 mg) contains more endocrine disruptor potency than the combined exposure to the 10 most prevalent of the currently known environmental endocrine disruptors during the whole pregnancy.
What does EED stand for?
EED stands for Environmental Endocrine Disruptors
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We have 80 other meanings of EED in our Acronym Attic
- Emergency Evacuation Drill
- Emission Elimination Device
- Empirical Eigenvalue Distribution
- Encryption and Encapsulation Device
- End-to-End Delay (computing)
- Energy and Environmental Division
- Energy Efficient Design (methodology)
- Energy, Environment and Development (various organizations)
- Enfants et Développement (French: Children and Development)
- Enterprise Engineering Department (United States Navy Meteorology and Oceanography Command)
- Environmental Engineering Division (American Society of Mechanical Engineers)
- Environmental Enrichment Device (animal enrichment)
- Équipements et Développements (French: Facilities and Developments)
- Equipment Engineering Department
- Erythema Elevatum Diutinum (necrotising vasculitis)
- Estimated Exposure Dose
- Estrée-Environnement et Développement (French environmental development association)
- Études Engineering Développement (French: Engineering Development Studies; Cameroon)
- European Endowment for Democracy
- Evangelischer Entwicklungsdienst
Samples in periodicals archive:
This study generates important safety concerns about exposures to environmental endocrine disruptors such as BPA and suggests a potential need to monitor women exposed to these chemicals for the development of breast lesions as adults," said Taylor.
To date, studies on environmental endocrine disruptors have primarily concentrated on chemicals with estrogenic effects.
Environmental Endocrine Disruptors Conference, Barga, Italy.
Antiandrogens as environmental endocrine disruptors.
In recent years, the focus on environmental endocrine disruptors has led to the development of screening assays to identify such compounds.