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Are you worried about what’s in your tap water? Are you concerned that it’s not safe to drink? Well – You should be!
Non stick coatings, whether they are on pots and pans or small appliances, pose a health hazard.
Advertisers want you to believe that feminine care products will keep your lady parts healthy. But, instead the chemicals in these products can damage your health.
Drinking soda is a toxic habit. Whether full of sugar or sugar-free, soda affects everything from your brain to your bones.
Aging is a disturbing and frustrating biological process. And the last thing you want to do is speed up the process.
Gut Health is vital to your overall health. But there are many things that can mess with your gut, including toxins like arsenic. There are steps you can take to restore and protect your gut health.
Gluten free diets are very popular. But how you avoid gluten can expose you to high levels of two of the most toxic elements on the planet.
Healthy pets spend a lot of time playing, running around your yard, grooming, sleeping and of course eating. The things pets love to do may expose them to chemicals that make them sick.
The paint fumes in specialty paint are a dangerous cocktail of solvents and petroleum based chemicals. These ingredients are linked to cancer and reproductive problems.
Painting and paint fumes can expose you to many dangerous chemicals. The type and amount you’re exposed to depends on the kind of paint you use and how you apply it.
Chronic stress is toxic to your body. Just like the toxins you're exposed to from the products you use.
Organic gardening means no toxic gardening products are used. And that should also include your garden hose.
You're constantly exposed to phthalates because they are in a lot of different products. Plastic products, cosmetics, cleaning products and even vitamins are sources of exposure.
Phthalates. Seems like they’re in everything and in every body, including yours. They are found in indoor air, house dust, food, and drinking water.
Conventional household cleaners are toxic. Using them exposes you to dangerous chemicals. And there is one type of cleaner that is the most toxic.