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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...

One Diet Coke & the Environment: How Bad Can It Be?

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Just one Coke. How bad can it be? Well, aside from the fact that just one Coke, multiplied by millions of cans, is a lot of water, a lot of metal, a lot of shipping, a lot of fuel, the people that drink them are exposed to an amazing amount of toxic stuff. Coke... 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...


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.