The Current | Nov 20, 2012 | 21:58
Study links workplace toxins to breast cancer
Even 1940 industrial training films knew workplace hazards had to be clearly explained. Some 70 years later, a new study on toxins in the workplace suggests they may be putting women's health at risk. For years women have been told family history, lack of exercise, and what they eat were the probable culprits leading to increased risks of breast cancer. But the study says where they work may be what really matters.