Today, my daughter and I will travel two-and-a-half hours by train to New York City to join other mothers and children in celebrating an important event: the National Stroller Brigade Day of Action in support of the Safe Chemicals Act of 2011.
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We all either know someone who's had cancer, or we know a child who has asthma, or we know someone who suffers from heart disease.
With at least a minimum amount of data available on all chemicals,the public will be able to make informed choices about what they want to buy.
Before you buy a car, you check its safety, reliability and performance ratings. Before you buy a house, you hire an experienced inspector to look for...
The effort to protect Americans from chemical dangers took a historic step forward today as Senator Frank R. Lautenberg (D-NJ), chairman of the Senate...
Toxic chemicals pose multiple threats to human health, which is why Environmental Working Group is urging Congress to develop a comprehensive plan.
From Seventh Generation's discussion on "Children and Chemicals," featuring Jane Houlihan of the Environmental Working Group, pediatrician Dr. Alan Gr...
A Yale team's findings have intensified scientists' concern that exposure BPA, a synthetic estrogen that disrupts the endocrine system, may have grave consequences for human reproduction.
We have a right to know what's in us, no matter how disturbing.
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