This is the first article in a series on US retailers’ efforts to curb the use of legal, but potentially harmful, chemicals in household products.
Over the next few months members of the coalition will be hosting local community discussions based on a short film called Contaminated Without Consent. Attendees will be able to view … Continue reading
Cosmetics and personal care products are among the least regulated consumer products on the market today. Watch this short video for a great overview of the problem.
When Congress reforms our toxic chemical laws, it must protect pregnant women, children and heavily-polluted communities.
The Coalition for a Safe & Healthy CT has launched a new website for our Campaign for Toxic-Free Kids!
Share your feelings about toxins in children’s products with the Governor.
Trick or treat. Trick or treat. Let’s make toxins in kids’ products obsolete.
Crib mattress makers respond to chemical concerns.
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists Issues Opinion on Exposure to Toxic Environmental Agents
Reducing exposure to toxic environmental agents is a critical area of intervention for obstetricians, gynecologists, and other reproductive health care professionals.
Amidst the kudos and accolades, Walmart still hasn’t gotten it right when it comes to lead in products.
Unregulated, potent, germ-killing chemical triclosan, commonly found in cleaning products and cosmetics, breezes through sewage treatment plants to enter waterways, including Thames River.
How much can the environment impact your health? Check out this infographic for details.