This week, The American Chemical Society (ACS) has released its list of the top ten chemicals most addictive, with some of the most common ones listed as phthalates.
Phthalates are chemicals that can be found in plastic, but they’re also used in industrial products, such as the use of PVC piping and plastic tubing.
There’s no scientific evidence that they’re addictive, but many consumers have been concerned about the effects they can have on children and pregnant women.
Phyto-diseases are the same chemicals that cause acne, eczema and other skin conditions.
In a study published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, researchers found that exposure to phytochalates, or phthalate-containing products, during pregnancy could increase the risk of eczemas and other inflammatory skin disorders in infants.
“These products are marketed as safe for use during pregnancy and the majority of the research has focused on their efficacy during pregnancy,” said Dr. Julie Ahern, an assistant professor at Emory University’s School of Medicine and lead author of the study.
“However, the evidence regarding their long-term effects on human health and reproductive health is much less clear.”
The American Chemistry Council (ACC) released its own study this year which concluded that phthalating was not addictive.
“The current evidence is more suggestive of the potential for adverse health effects,” the ACC said in a statement.
Phyloxetine, a widely used drug used in some medical settings, is another widely used chemical.
Its chemical name is a combination of the words phylloxetin and toxigenin, which are chemical compounds that have been used to make chemicals in the past.
The drug was approved for use in the United States in 1998, and has been used since then for treatment of conditions such as acne, psoriasis and eczemia.
In one of the largest and most widely studied studies to date, researchers tested the drug in over 500 women.
The results were mixed, with the drug having no effect on women with mild to moderate to severe acne and ecziemas, and women with more severe conditions.
“It’s clear that there’s a need for additional studies to investigate the safety and effectiveness of these products,” said Jessica Lacey, a clinical professor of dermatology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.
“Phyloxetsine is one of a number of drugs that have shown some efficacy, but its safety profile and long-lasting effects are not yet well established.
This study should be the starting point for more long-scale, controlled trials of these compounds.”
The chemicals listed below were the top 10 most commonly used in 2017, according to the ACS.
They’re also among the most frequently used in various products.
The chemical name of the chemical used is a compound that has been added to the name of a pharmaceutical, a cosmetic, a food and a cosmetic formulation.
The product’s chemical name, or its abbreviation, is a name of an ingredient or compound added to a product.
Chemicals listed on this list are often referred to as “phytolytics” or “phytosanoids.”
Phytosanol and its chemical name are both used in products that contain phytosulfonates, which have been shown to increase inflammation and increase oxidative stress in humans.
The combination of phytol esters and the esters that form the acid, ethyl acetate and propyl acetite, has been shown in multiple studies to increase the release of pro-inflammatory molecules and may affect the human immune system.
Phytose is a chemical found in most plants, and is found in fruit and in certain animal products.
It is also found in animal feed.
Phosphatidylcholine, also known as phosphatidylethanolamide, is one chemical found on the list.
It has been found to increase brain levels of serotonin, which is an essential neurotransmitter that controls mood and learning.
The term “prostaglandins” is a common name for a group of compounds that can cause allergic reactions, especially when used together.
These chemicals can cause swelling, redness, itching and rash.
Some people find the combination of these two ingredients can cause headaches, dizziness and a general feeling of unwellness.
Other common allergens that can occur include: corn, corn stalks, soybean, wheat, soy flour, wheat germ, egg, shellfish, shellac, safflower, soy beans, soybeans, canola, sauteed vegetables, sautéed onions, onion, potatoes, pumpkin, tomatoes, tomatoes and potatoes.
“Proteins that may be toxic to your body are called endocrine disruptors,” said Ahern.
“Endocrine disruptor is a very strong word, but it is the most accurate word.”
The chemical’s chemical names, or their abbreviation are a combination