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Interview with Ed Brown, Creator of the film Unacceptable Levels



(Have you heard of award winning film Unacceptable Levels? This film chronicles the thousands of untested chemicals in the market place and how they are harming our children and families. Please check out unacceptablelevels.com to find a screening near you. Spread the word to family and friends– we all need to be talking about this […]

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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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Toxic Foam In Baby Products: Take Action to Support the Safe Chemicals Act



Couches like this likely contain foam with toxic flame retardant chemicals. (This is an email that came to me this week.  It’s from Momsrising about the troubling recent news of toxic flame retardant chemicals in foam in many widely used baby products such as car seats, play yards, and portable cribs, in addition to furniture. […]

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New Study Finds Carcinogenic Chemicals in Foam Baby Products



This week a new study was released about toxic flame retardant chemicals in many baby and child products containing foam. The Green Science Policy Institute tested many products including car seats, bouncy seats, and nursing pillows and found high levels of troubling cancer causing chemicals, including one that is banned. Clearly this is more evidence […]

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