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15 Kitchen Toxins Hiding in Plain Sight

These days most of us are aware of the potential toxins lurking in our homes. Toxins in everyday use products such as: air fresheners, surface cleaners, insecticides, and others. What you may not be aware of though are toxins in products most of us use on a daily basis, products…

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Staying out of the water may not protect you from red tide

If you don’t want to get hurt, simply stay out of the water. That’s a great strategy if being bit by a shark is your only concern, but it may not help you when it comes to toxic red tide. Scientists in the state of Florida are using air testing…

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Avoiding a toxic workplace

These days, toxicity in the workplace doesn’t just describe Jamie's contentious relationship with Alex after one of them threw the other's lunch away. In 2018, toxic chemicals are a real threat in the environment, at home, and in our workspaces. Fatigue, difficulty concentrating, eye irritation, nose, throat, and lung irritation…

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Are Phthalates and PFAS the new bisphenol A?

Bix box stores, manufacturers, and consumers have for the most part moved away from bisphenol A (BPA). Just over a decade ago, BPA could be found in any number of plastics including: plastic bottles, dental sealants, compact discs, and even children’s sippy cups. Unfortunately, about ten years ago the FDA…

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Crayons and other back to school supplies found to contain harmful toxins

The last few weeks of summer are upon us, and that means children across the country are just beginning a new school year. Most families have been preparing for the return the last few weeks by purchasing items from a list provided by the new school. Supplies such as binders,…

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Livestock feed accurately predicts toxic chemicals in food

What did the fish you’re eating for dinner have for its breakfast? That’s a question you may not have thought to ask, but if a new study is right it’s one we may all be asking ourselves in the future.

Numerous flame retardants known as PBDEs (polybrominated diphenyl ethers) were…

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Popular Black Hair Products Are Filled With Toxic Chemicals Linked To Disease, Study Finds

According to a new study, toxic chemicals linked cancer, weight gain, asthma, fertility, and other issues have recently been detected in hair care products specifically designed for African Americans. Not only did these products contain toxic chemicals, products designed for black women contained more toxins than those designed for white…

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Eating at restaurants could expose your family to phthalates

More than 60 percent of participants in a recent George Washington University study admitted to eating dinner at a restaurant instead of their home the previous day. As harmless as that statistic may seem, researchers at GW found that dining at fast food outlets, restaurants, or cafeterias “may boost total…

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The Top 5 Natural Easter Egg Dying Kits for 2018

Hippity hoppity Easter's on its way! We’re just two weeks away from Easter! Before you and the little ones begin dying Easter Eggs, you should know that more than a few egg dying kits typically sold in your neighborhood grocer have been known to contain toxins that may be toxic.…

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E-Cig Vapor Tested Positive for Lead and Arsenic in New Study

The hits just keep on coming for vapers and companies that cater to the “healthy” alternative to smoking. The latest bombshell comes from Environmental Health Perspectives with news that “suggests that the very act of vaping might be exposing people to unsafe levels of toxins like lead and arsenic.”

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