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Think your home is safe? Think again. The air we're breathing for 90% of our lives at home is potentially harmful.
With chronic illness on the rise, people are desperately trying to stem the onslaught, all the while drinking and bathing in the most damaging problem of all.
Floralyn Teodoro | Jan 14 2018 | Comments
A recent study showed that short-term exposures to air pollution even at levels below the current national safety standards are putting senior citizens at higher risk of premature death.
Floralyn Teodoro | Jan 09 2018 | Comments
With the different news about water contamination, more and more people are resorting to bottled water. But, doing so isn’t always the best choice for your health and the planet.
Floralyn Teodoro | Jan 04 2018 | Comments
A huge mass of plastic garbage such as plastic cutlery and bottles, styrofoam packaging, and random bits of plastic has been found floating in and infiltrating the Caribbean sea.
Floralyn Teodoro | Dec 15 2017 | Comments
More cities are discovering fluorochemicals in their groundwater. Read on to determine what’s in it for you and how it can put your health at risk.
Dr. Roy M. Speiser | Nov 29 2017 | Comments
The public’s exposure to arsenic, a naturally occurring chemical element linked to cancer and birth defects, declined after U.S.
Some products you bring home can bring harmful effects on the environment, our water supply, and our family’s health.
Floralyn Teodoro | Oct 26 2017 | Comments
Unlike public water systems, water from private or household wells do not have experts regularly checking on them. If you’re part of the population sourcing their water from private wells, here’s how you can ensure your water’s safety.
Make America Healthy Again | Oct 23 2017 | Comments