Lead poisoning in children is scary, but what if it’s being caused by lead in food? When we hear the word lead we think of metal or pencils, but typically not food. Find out what it means and what you can do in this article.
The poisonous effects of water contamination are devastating. The lead contamination is larger than the water crisis in Flint. It’s important to get your water tested and make sure you are installing proper filters.
As the scope of Flint’s water crisis becomes increasingly clear, an even greater water predicament has suddenly bubbled to the surface.
Kids backpacks, birthday balloons, cars, and more are under fire for containing dangerous toxins like lead, cadmium, and phthalates.
You might be surprised to learn that in many cases, today’s makeup is not just far from natural. Compelling new research shows it may also be far from safe.
The number of chemicals known to be toxic to developing brains has doubled in just the last seven years. Many are found in our food!
Many of your most trusted household items feature chemicals that can seriously screw with your hormones. Here’s a look at the most destructive dirty dozen.
“I see examples of super honest, high-integrity companies… I also see an alarming number of cheats, crooks, and charlatans…”
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That burning sensation in your mouth? That’s not (just) hot sauce.
How the promise of “better living through chemistry,” triggered a toxic stew that made every American a guinea pig and turned the United States into one grand unnatural experiment.
Thousands of pigs have been found dead in rivers supplying Shanghai’s water, a grisly discovery that has drawn attention to China’s toxic pollution, which contributes to some 700,000 deaths each year.
The Cosmetics Wars By Mark Bittman, New York Times If all goes according to schedule, next month the European Union will become “cruelty-free,” banning without exception the sale of cosmetics ingredients that were tested on animals. Don’t celebrate yet. Because although there may be less animal testing of personal care products than