PFAS and Their Health Effects
The potential for health effects from PFAS in humans is not well understood. PFOS, PFOA, PFHxS and PFNA have generally been studied more extensively than other PFAS. In general, animal studies have found that animals exposed to PFAS at high levels resulted in changes in the function of the liver, thyroid, pancreas and hormone levels.
- What are PFAS?
- Understanding health effects
- How can I be exposed to PFAS?
- What are the health effects?
- Fact sheet
- Frequently asked questions (Tox FAQs)
- What are the chemicals in the PFAS group?
PFAS Family Tree pdf icon[PDF – 249 KB] | PFAS Family Tree [PDF – 406 KB] (Spanish version)
- Government-sponsored ongoing studies