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Some of the most common beauty products used by women like nail polish hairspray.
Could be increasing our chances and the disease a brand new study -- asserting chemicals found in many types of cosmetics.
May be tied to diabetes.
How -- this possible hears talk through it is doctor Martin -- he's a physician and professor of public health.
And Johns Hopkins University a little irony in this statement doctor and I'm doing the interview.
Obviously I've had my hair -- may make up.
Are ready today the doses of that how do you see.
-- connection to diabetes of all things but the chemicals in these type of cosmetics.
Well there's a concern that chemicals ballet switch when you look for it is is spelled.
And have PH TH Ray -- AT yes.
That substance is believed to interfere with the fact breakdown -- metabolism and they think it can lead to.
Insulin resistance in other words it can predispose to diabetes but.
I think the study is very preliminary and it's hard to make conclusions from it you know we don't see.
People who put the nail polish on for a living at these salons for example have higher rates of diabetes even now the study suggests that there -- -- -- action.
Is adjusting our call -- a hunch.
I I believe I'm not the only one on sat that is used hairspray are make it to -- what I'm just saying.
I think there might be somebody else said they -- this study is about women doctor -- carry but is there any connection to net and potentially using.
-- hairspray maybe.
Well the descendants study group had looked in years past -- about this idea that hairspray could cause cancer found no connection.
Subsequently they looked at this study of 2300.
And it's just based on this group that they found that those that have the substance in their urine when it was tested.
Had a slightly higher rate of diabetes not I have kind of funny.
When you use this stuff when your skin on your nails in their hair it shows up in your here and to me that's pretty amazing that that stuff penetrate your system well.
As a medical professional -- at professional is give us and and some advice to that we can use -- do you think there's enough information out there this study and others that you would really suggest to.
Tasks that we should shop for some of these organic products that have less chemicals in them.
It is -- neck out there that you think that would be wise.
A wise choice for our house.
Well first of all we really haven't seen the high rates of these problems and a large scale I would just say use common sense -- Avoid the mucous membranes the eyes and -- the lips.
Use moderation whenever possible and just realize you're using chemicals and anytime you can avoid a chemical.
You know the better -- moderation is probably the -- this thing I'll send that message to -- makeup artist just to make sure that.
You know -- he's protected that's the important thing Dr.
Rick -- -- -- -- today thanks for the good advice.
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