For your research on endocrine disruptors, PubMed (ISI) is the tool to use because it is so powerful and connects to the library's electronic and print collections. It suggests related topics, and you can sort your results by type of publications (government reports, clinical trials & studies, popular press newspapers, reviews, case reports, research articles, comparative studies, validation studies, guidelines, etc.).
Male Bass Across Region Found to Be Bearing Eggs. Washington Post. Sept. 6, 2006.
How to avoid dangerous chemicals in household products. FoxNews. January 16, 2013.
Falling sperm count in French men boosts fertility concerns. AFP. Dec. 6, 2012.
Plastics danger to women. The Herald (Scottland). Dec. 7, 2012.
Auto plastics industry linked to breast cancer; Study finds workers 5 times more likely to become ill. The Toronto Star (Canada). Nov. 19, 2012.
Oilseed rape yields could be cut by almost 10% if a key fungicide is banned by EU officials. Farmers Weekly. Nov. 2, 2012.
Outdoor wear often coated in harmful chemicals: Greenpeace. AFP. Oct. 29 2012.
The Toxicity Panic. New Republic, 242(6), 11-15. 2012.
Plastics: What's Dangerous, What's Not. Mother Earth News, (235), 70-73. 2012.
EPA proposes assessment review model for endocrine. Chemical Week, 174(32), 9. 2012.
A Broad Spectrum GCxGC-TOFMS Analysis for Endocrine Disruptor Compounds in a Midwestern U.S. Watershed. LC-GC North America, 25. 2012.
Industry Disputes Findings of Cleaning Products Study. Chemical Week, 174(8), 33. 2012.
Low-Dose Effects of Endocrine Disruptors (Interview), with Laura Vandenberg. Environmental Health Perspectives, 120(6), 1-5. 2012.
Endocrine Disruptors and Asthma-Associated Chemicals in Consumer Products. Environmental Health Perspectives, 120(7), 935-943. 2012.
Biological analysis of endocrine-disrupting chemicals in animal meats from the Pearl River Delta, China. Journal Of Exposure Science & Environmental Epidemiology, 22(1), 93-100. 2012.