Date: 2023

This educational resource aims to convey the connections between PFAS and various health conditions. Known as “forever chemicals,” per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances are used in many chemical and manufacturing processes. Human exposure to PFAS can occur through air, food, water, dust, soil, food packaging, cosmetics, and personal care items. PFAS has been associated with serious health effects including cancer, organ damage, and endocrine disruption.