Vital services may go mp warns US
“We need to know as soon as possible if this is serious, and if this is the case, they need to notify the government.
“We need to know if we have any further potential exposure to these chemicals that this could pose to the public.”
Ms Sainz, the chairman of the committee, also warned that the move by the US could prompt others to follow suit, as the chemical was already in some consumer p바카라사이트roducts.
“The chemicals, which are found in the natural world, are being used as food additives for many더킹카지노 months now to make baby formula, food coloring, toothpaste, food coloring, for example.
“At that point the public will be exposed. We don’t want to encourage others to do anything similar.”
Image copyright PA Image caption The US Federal Trade Commission is investigating claims the chemicals “potentially cause cancer”
It came as a major health committee also urged the US government to impose strict controls over the chemicals, in a report seen by the BBC.
Committee chairman Dr Mike Liebreich warned that many parts of the US population were exposed to “low concentrations” of certain chemicals because they are manufactured in Asia and Europe, without restrictions or safeguards.
However, the commission’s investigation found that some consumers were suffering from long-term health problems.
“We have seen a small number of reports of symptoms – but in terms of the overall pattern, what we’re seeing is a number of patients are experiencing chronic symptoms and very, very limited treatment options in terms of the levels that are used in food,” said Dr Liebreich.
This year, there have already been fears that chemicals in some infant formula products could be harmful to the developing fetus, and pregnant women could be at risk.
Experts at the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) in a 2012 analysis concluded there was “good scientific evidence that there is a conn바카라사이트ection between exposures to endocrine disruptors and potentially adverse health outcomes, particularly in the developing world”.
The government in the UK is also investigating whether to increase the number of children that can be breastfed, which is due to triple baby-making.
Dr Ruth Macdonald, who chairs the government review of food, nutrition and the environment, said the Food Standards Agency’s ruling was “fantastic” and there would be “more regulatory reform in the near future”.
“There has been a lot of concern and