Center for Environmental Health (CEH) said it sent legal notices to eight more brands whose leggings, shorts, sports bras, and athletic shirts after testing showed the clothing could expose wearers to up to 40 times the safe limit of BPA, based on standards set in California, which has some of the most protective health laws around chemicals in the United States. Check out press earned from this work below:

CNN: A growing number of sports bras, shirts and leggings brands found with high levels of toxic chemical, watchdog warns

Forbes: Worrisome BPA Levels Found In Sportswear By Nike, Adidas, Patagonia And More, Group Alleges

Nation Geographic: What BPA can do to our bodies—and how to limit your exposure

CBS News: Your athletic wear could contain high levels of BPA: Here’s a list of brands affected

ABC 7: Growing number of sports bras, athletic wear found with high levels of toxic chemical, watchdog says

Shape: High Levels of BPA Found In More Athletic Clothing: Here’s What To Know