Category Archives: Consumer Products

Baby in Disposable Diaper

A Peek Behind Disposable Diapers

Since the first 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 years of a child’s life is spent in diapers, I think it’s important for parents to know exactly what diapers are made from and their effects on children’s health. When it comes to choosing your child’s diapers,

Dangers of Toothpaste

The 5 Hidden Dangers In Toothpaste

Would you allow your family to brush their teeth with engine degreaser or rat poison? The fact is, they probably are and you don’t even know it. Dental hygiene products that you and your children use every day may contain toxins that have been linked

Organic Sign

Mislabeling of Organic Products

Dozens of shampoos, lotions, toothpastes,and other personal care products sold by national retailers including Target, Walgreens, CVS, Rite Aid, Whole Foods and other stores are mislabeled as organic, in violation of California law, according to a lawsuit filed today by the Center for Environmental Health

Dangers Of Deodorant

Deodorant – Is There Danger Lurking Within?

You just got out of the shower and reached for your favorite deodorant. You like it because it smells nice and it keeps your underarms dry and odor free. You’ve used it for a long time. But did you ever read the ingredients on the

Plastic Bags Pulluting The Woods

The Real Cost of Free Plastic Bags

Well over a billion single-use plastic bags are given out for free each day. But as the old adage says, nothing comes for free. Here are some facts to illustrate the actual costs paid by our environment and society for the fleeting convenience of unlimited,