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1953 9
1954 3
1955 6
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1957 5
1958 6
1959 4
1960 1
1961 9
1962 5
1963 12
1964 16
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1975 22
1976 21
1977 17
1978 24
1979 26
1980 24
1981 12
1982 25
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1984 19
1985 28
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1987 50
1988 38
1989 37
1990 38
1991 51
1992 37
1993 29
1994 24
1995 35
1996 61
1997 59
1998 44
1999 63
2000 80
2001 68
2002 62
2003 92
2004 112
2005 88
2006 112
2007 125
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2015 137
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2017 110
2018 104
2019 63
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Parabens
Fransway AF, et al. Dermatitis 2019 - Review. PMID 30570578
Parabens have been widely used as preservatives in the cosmetics, food, and pharmaceutical industries for more than 70 years. ...Parabens remain one of the least allergenic preservatives available. The unsubstantiated public perception of paraben safety has led to its replacement in many products with preservatives having far greater allergenic potential. ...
Parabens have been widely used as preservatives in the cosmetics, food, and pharmaceutical industries for more than 70 years. …
Preservatives in glaucoma medication.
Steven DW, et al. Br J Ophthalmol 2018 - Review. PMID 29973365 Free PMC article.
Benzalkonium chloride (BAK) remains the most commonly used preservative but there is a trend towards the use of preservative-free (PF) drops for glaucoma, although at a higher price. ...However, there have been very few randomised controlled trials that compare the same medication with and without BAK preservative. ...
Benzalkonium chloride (BAK) remains the most commonly used preservative but there is a trend towards the use of preservative-f …
Cosmetics Preservation: A Review on Present Strategies.
Halla N, et al. Molecules 2018 - Review. PMID 29958439 Free PMC article.
Current validation of a preservation system follow the application of good manufacturing practices (GMPs), the control of the raw material, and the verification of the preservative effect by suitable methodologies, including the challenge test. ...Preservatives act on several cell targets; however, they might present toxic effects to the consumer. Indeed, their use at high concentrations is more effective from the preservation viewpoint being, however, toxic for the consumer, whereas at low concentrations microbial resistance can develop....
Current validation of a preservation system follow the application of good manufacturing practices (GMPs), the control of the raw mat …
Parabens and their relation to obesity
Kolatorova L, et al. Physiol Res 2018. PMID 30484673 Free article.
Parabens are a group of chemicals used as preservatives in the food, cosmetic and pharmaceutical industries. They are known to possess estrogenic effects, and therefore have been classified as endocrine disruptors. ...
Parabens are a group of chemicals used as preservatives in the food, cosmetic and pharmaceutical industries. They are known to …
Vaccine myths
Wessel L. Science 2017. PMID 28450594
Methodological issues and evidence of malfeasance in research purporting to show thimerosal in vaccines is safe
Hooker B, et al. Biomed Res Int 2014 - Review. PMID 24995277 Free PMC article.
There are over 165 studies that have focused on Thimerosal, an organic-mercury (Hg) based compound, used as a preservative in many childhood vaccines, and found it to be harmful. ...
There are over 165 studies that have focused on Thimerosal, an organic-mercury (Hg) based compound, used as a preservative in many ch …
Paraben Toxicology
Fransway AF, et al. Dermatitis 2019 - Review. PMID 30570577
To assert that parabens are safe for use as currently used in the cosmetics, food, and pharmaceutical industries, all toxicological end points must be addressed. ...Haste to remove parabens from consumer products could result in their substitution with alternative, less proven, and potentially unsafe alternatives, especially given the compelling data supporting the lack of significant dermal toxicity of this important group of preservatives....
To assert that parabens are safe for use as currently used in the cosmetics, food, and pharmaceutical industries, all toxicological e …
Contact Dermatitis: Emerging Trends
Milam EC and Cohen DE. Dermatol Clin 2019 - Review. PMID 30466685
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