Aerotoxic syndrome affects flight crews every day and not much is being done about it. Read one flight attendant’s story and what she is doing to help.
Flame retardants are still used in car seats, cribs, couches, and electronics—despite links to cancer, neurological, and developmental problems. And new research shows they’re even turning up in our food supply.
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