Author: AndreaNolette

Tips to Keep Kids Safe from Lawn Maintenance

As the summer sun turns up the heat, many folks will be tending to their lawns and gardens to make sure they are the greenest on the block and pest-free. However, many are unaware of the potentially harmful toxins that may be lurking in products that are commonly applied to lawns and gardens. As part

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Toxic Free Spring Cleaning Tips From the Children’s Cancer Recovery Foundation

Harrisburg, PA- April 8, 2014- With the spring season in full swing and the warm weather right around the corner, families around the nation will begin to embark on their annual spring cleaning rituals. However, there are a large number of household cleaning products that are not only toxic to the environment, but are linked

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Sugar and Cancer: What You Must Know NOW

We talk a lot here about environmental toxins as cancer-causing agents, but what plays perhaps an even greater role in maintaining a healthy mind and body is nutrition. As parents, you cannot overlook the enormous impact what you feed your children has on their overall health; in fact, you may be surprised just how dangerous

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Cell Phones and Cancer

This post is an excerpt from Children’s Cancer Recovery Foundation founder, Greg Anderson, taken from his book Cancer: 50 Essential Things to Do (4th edition), Penguin/Plume, 2012. Cell Phones and Cancer Q: Do cell phones cause cancer? A: Maybe. Q: Is there good scientific evidence showing that radiation from a mobile phone has a biological

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Winter Body Blues

Does the change in weather put you in a “food funk?” Does it seem as though fruits and veggies are in short supply during the winter months? Or are you just more drawn to comfort foods when it’s cold outside? As you know, our bodies are reliant on receiving all of the nutrients we need

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Armpit Madness

So what is the big stink about using common deodorants?  Obviously our arm pits are areas of skin with pores and it is those pores that are a main source for risk of exposure to toxic chemicals. Many deodorants are filled with fragrances, parabens, and aluminum.  All of these chemicals are big no no’s! By

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