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Less Toxic Living: 6 Smart Items for a Safer Kitchen

Glass Microwave popcorn popper by Catamount Glass (no wasteful bags or chemicals! )  $19.95 from mightynest.com (via non-toxickids.net) Cold Beverage Jar with Stand.  $59.99 Serve drinks from glass instead of plastic! from crateandbarrel.com   Weck glass food containers. $21 for this Leftover Set. Stainless clamps and rubber rings for secure seal. (Put away the tupperware!) http://www.heathceramics.com  OR Airtight … 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

Must See: New Healthy Child Health World Video – A Wake Up Story

Healthy Child Healthy World helps millions of parents, educators, health professionals, and the general public take action to create healthy environments and embrace green, non-toxic steps. Healthy Child Healthy World exists because more than 125 million Americans, especially children, now face an historically unprecedented rise in chronic disease and illness such as cancer, autism, asthma, … Continue reading

(VIDEO) Dr. Alan Greene Discusses the Kid Safe Chemical Act

WebMD Health eHome: Make Your Home Safe!!

WebMD Health eHome! Thank you Carlota Bindner of EcoChildsPlay.com for the following great article on WebMD Health eHome!! This is truly a great collaboration of Healthy Child Healthy World, WebMD and Seventh Generation. What an incredible resource!! WebMD Health eHome: Find Out How to Make Your Home Safe : Eco Child’s Play.

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