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Chinese Wallboard, Toxic Spills, Deadly Gas: Watch Out! FAST-ACT Nanomaterial is Here!

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A nanomaterial that will combine with and transform dozens of volatile toxic chemicals into harmless substances actually exists and is coming to a toxic release near you. Read this article and see the videos and hope it really works. Read More...

How Toxic Chemicals are Damaging Our Children’s Minds

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This is the Executive Summary for "Mind, Disrupted," a detailed and well-supported report on the mental effects of our national exposure to toxic chemicals, with a link to the full report. Read More...

Why the Green Movement Should Include Environmental Health Issues

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Annie Bond makes a great point. The Green Movement and the anti-toxics advocates need to shelter under the banner of the now accepted "Green" movement. It's not just the earth that needs to be kept healthy; it's also the earth's people. Read More...

It Ain’t Your Grandma’s Aspirin: Bayer Is Top American Air Polluter

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We all knew Bayer didn't just make aspirin, but not many of us knew that in making its many chemicals the company is also careless in what it releases into America's air. Read More...

Our Personal Environment II: What Gets Under Our Skin

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We don’t only absorb what we eat. The skin that seems to shield us from the world is actually one big sponge, selectively absorbing almost everything with which it comes into contact. Most of us don’t take this into account. Maybe it’s just too much to think about, even though we put a lot... Read More...

Slow Phaseout of Toxic Dry Cleaning Chemical

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While clearly stating that the Federal Government considers the cleaning fluid, perchloroethylene, a hazardous substance, Illinois lawmakers pat themselves on the back for allowing the chemical to be used for another 15 years. It's pitting the economics of a few businesses against the welfare of millions of people, and the people lose. Read More...

Our Personal Environment I: We Are What We Eat

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As Dr. Molly Gray told Congress in February 2010, she was shocked to learn the extent of the toxic chemical burden she had accumulated, even though she was a careful consumer, eating primarily organic foods and using household products that were tagged as chemically safe. But like most of us over the last 50... Read More...

GREEN BOOKS

Water: Our Most Precious Resource: by Marc Devilliers. This highly readable report on the looming global water crisis is amazingly informative on water issues around the world from China to Texas.

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