Monthly Archives: October 2013

Monsanto’s reasons for fighting GMO labeling? It Loves You.

Thank you Joe!

Monsanto’s reasons for fighting GMO labeling? It Loves You..

A tale of two colleges: is it really controversial to advise mothers about potential health effects of chemical exposures?

More about OBGY initiatives to inform women of childbearing age about the hazards that toxic chemical exposures can present to our future generations… from H&E, which is published by the Cancer Prevention and Education Society:

A tale of two colleges: is it really controversial to advise mothers about potential health effects of chemical exposures?.

I wrote about the UK announcement here:

OBGYs Advise Pregnant Women to Live As If They Have MCS/ES!

A Canary’s Cry

When it’s hard to think in words, it’s sometimes easier to do pictures…

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Video: A Family Learns About The Products They Buy

Chemerical is a film about a regular family as they learn about what’s lurking in their products, struggle to come to terms with the new info, and then learn how to make safer changes in their lives.

“Chemerical” explores the life cycle of everyday household cleaners and hygiene products to prove that, thanks to our clean obsession, we are drowning in sea of toxicity.

The film is at once humorous, as we watch the Goode family try to turn a new leaf by creating and living in a toxic free home, and informative, as director Andrew Nisker works with many experts to give audiences the tools and inspiration to live toxic free.

Chemerical

Andrew Nisker weaves visits to the Environmental Health Clinic in Toronto,

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