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Toxic Prevention Story in Tweets

The message about toxic chemicals in our environment is gaining momentum and strength and a growing force for change is fighting back. See http://www.toxicbaby.com, the documentary by Penelope J. Chaffer! “ See how powerful we are:) Chemical Giants Bow to #BPA Ban in Kids’ Foodware | Environmental Working Group: http://www.ewg.org/release/chemical-giants-bow-bpa-ban-kids-foodware#.To9pWN61s_4.twitter via @AddThis toxicbabymovie October 7, … Continue reading

(video) Japanese Member of Parlaiment: It’s time to tell the truth – Nuclear reactors, response, and media coverage

A very profound interview with Kuniko Tanioko, a Japanese politician of the Democratic Party of Japan, a member of the House of Councillors in the Diet (national legislature). She is a member of the Research Committee on International Affairs, Global Environment and Food Issues and Director of the Committee on Foreign Affairs and Defence.  Her blog: http://taniokachannel.blog105.fc2.com/  A deep and sincere thank you to Kuniko Tanioko … Continue reading

Toxic Chemicals and the Rise of Childhood Cancer: What is the Relationship?-saferchemicals.org

This is not a fear-mongering movement. This is a confronting (inconvenient) reality movement. Research is rolling out a disheartening story.  The good news is that more and more consumers are beginning to see what is going on and are demanding change. Here is a post from blog.saferchemicals.org with some of the statistics. Toxic Chemicals and … Continue reading

(video) U.S. Male sperm counts down 50% in last 50 years – One very possible reason

Endocrine disruptors are no small problem. It is all connected. I challenge you. No, I dare you to watch all the (less than 3 min.) videos in this series by R. Rongitsch. Each one is short. Yet, what you will learn is vitally important. Chapter 1 – Introduction Chapter 2 – Feminized Fish Chapter 3 – … Continue reading

(video) Jeanne Rizzo – Breast Cancer and Plastic Pollution

A must see for every woman.

(Video) Lead in the Environment: No Safe Dose – Harvard Public Health

HarvardPublicHealth | September, 2010 — Philippe Grandjean, adjunct professor of environmental health, discusses the findings of a report by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), which concludes there is no known safe exposure to lead.  

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