Archive | chemical reform

Johnson and Johnson to Remove Toxic Chemicals from Baby Products (finally!)



At BlogHer 2012, I walked into a sponsor room. I was drawn to pictures of women and children from other countries, and was interested in what sort of nonprofit or organization was doing maternal and infant/child international work. Then I saw that the whole room was a Johnson and Johnson sponsored room. While I was […]

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Flash Sale! Eat Non-Toxic: A manual for busy parents (half off!)



(Eat Non-Toxic is now exclusively available on Amazon for Kindle!) Looking to decrease the toxins in your family’s life?  Trying to get rid of BPA and other endocrine disruptors that may cause early puberty, cancers, and reproductive system problems in our children? I know I am— constantly. It’s a topic I am passionate about, and […]

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2011 State Policy Victories Curb Toxic Chemicals While Congress Lags Behind



Go, states, go!  (Here is a guest post from our friends at Safer States.  I love good news.  Way to go states.  Congress, where are you?)  2011 held many public health and environmental victories, including the passage of nine policies in seven states aimed at protecting the public from toxic chemicals. Despite well-funded opposition from […]

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