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One More Unsafe School Siting

September 15, 2010
A new school year, a new article on our country’s lack of safe school siting policies. More evidence that a tidal wave of debate over why building schools on top of contamination land is a bad idea has washed over our country. In fact, that’s exactly what The New York Times article entitled, “...
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The Dirt on Cleaning Products: Take Action Today

September 14, 2010
Did you know that chemicals commonly used in cleaning products have been linked to breast cancer, fertility problems, hormone disruption, asthma, and other serious health impacts? And here’s the scary part: no law requires cleaning product companies to disclose their ingredients, so you can’t look...
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5 Easy Steps to Create a Healthy Home

September 9, 2010
Our children are facing an historically unprecedented rise in chronic disease and illness such as cancer, autism, asthma, birth defects, and learning and developmental disabilities. Credible scientific evidence increasingly points to chemicals used in everyday products, building materials, and...

Puberty In Second Grade??

September 8, 2010
I had to do a double take last month when I read an article about new research in the Journal of Pediatrics showing that more than one in ten girls are starting to develop breasts by age seven, with even higher rates in some communities. [1] Seven year old girls should be able to focus on playing...
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Are You Concerned About School Food? Help Propel the Revolution!

September 7, 2010
More and more parents are expressing deep concerns about the quality of food being served in schools. And, many are still unaware that there might be anything to worry about. Healthy Child Healthy World is taking our Eat Healthy program to the next level by joining forces with Jamie Oliver's Food...

What A Dash of Community Service Can Do

September 7, 2010
We are much too involved in our own heads. There is a whole world out there waiting to be explored and by sitting in our homes and reliving the day’s drama over dinner and bad prime time tv, we aren’t experiencing what the world has to offer. Community service can help us move on and our community move forward.
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What Every Parent Should Know About Toxins

August 30, 2010
To: Everyone in the San Francisco Area Here's a huge and unprecedented opportunity to take action to stop the toxic assault that threatens our communities and our children. Here's a huge and unprecedented opportunity to take action to stop the toxic assault that threatens our communities and our...

To Vaccinate Your Child….Or Not?

August 26, 2010
This article offers an impartial introduction to the otherwise hotly-contested subject of childhood vaccinations. And it shows how vaccines fit into the whole problem of the toxic assault on our children. Donna Curless’s three children were born and spent their early years in Brick Township, a mid-...

America's Obsession with Food

August 25, 2010
Over the past decade, food has become a central theme in entertainment. Television channels and programs are dedicated solely to food preparation, popular chefs, cooking contests, or the latest fad in restaurants. With coverage like this, our standard three meals a day almost resemble an obsession...

Please Act Now to Honor the Mothers

August 24, 2010
The news may be filled with stories of crises and collapse, but through every downfall we are seeing greatness as mothers heed the call for change. As Amie Nelson says in “ How Mothers Can Change the World ,” “ The positive light among us is the growing swell of activism from women formerly in the...

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