Popular cleaning products may be hazardous to your health. According to Consumer Reports, most chemicals in cleaners have not undergone any federal safety review. Check out some safer alternatives.
Dunedin mom, Cyndi Raskin Schmitt, had never thought much about the chemicals in her cleaning supplies until three years ago.
A study found toxic or hazardous chemicals in many top-selling everyday products.
S. C. Johnson promises to phase out chemical that interfere with the hormones.
No one knows what's killing honeybees.
You probably check your food labels to see what you're eating. But when it comes to popular products, like shampoo, hairspray and cosmetics you use every day, do you check to see what's in them?
Did you know the air inside your home is more polluted than the outdoor air in the largest, most industrialized city?
Plastic chemicals are found in baby bottles, teethers, food cans, dental sealants... just about every product you can imagine. Scientists are concerned the controversial chemicals mimic estrogen and can be especially harmful to babies.
Many chemical preservatives in shampoos, lotions and cosmetics mimic estrogen.
While companies refuse to replace them with non-toxic ingredients, many shoppers are searching for greener options.
One of my favorite resources is a non-profit, research based consumer advocacy group called the Environmental Working Group.
I found these 10 interesting tips to help you cut down on everyday chemical exposure.
A chemical used to make baby bottles and other shatterproof plastic containers could be linked to a range of hormonal problems.
The greenest of green pizza joints is coming to Tampa Bay. With hybrid delivery cars and silverware made from potatoes, Pizza Fusion takes green to the extreme.