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environmental healthIts the air we breath, the water we drink, and the food we eat.

The link between the environment and our health remain strong with lots of scientific facts and evidence to back up the research.

Meanwhile, concerns continue to rise into the 21st century -- as some corporations gain in size and strength to subvert or change laws that protect consumers against toxic or harmful substances in our environment.

Helping to stop
food-borne illnesses:
Kevin Kowalcyk
Help reintroduce
Kevin's Law

Luckily, parents and environmental activists -- along with a growing worldwide green movement -- continue to sound the alarm against toxic toys, tainted food, hazardous chemicals, and polluted air and water.

Looking toward the future, they also hope for a day when clean energy sources and a more regulated marketplace that protects against incursions into our health are the norm, rather than the exception.

Find out more about the environment and your health at top sites around the Web with additional information on toxins in our cosmetics, household cleaners, gardening supplies, (as well as microbes in the salad you may be serving for lunch), along with smart tips on protecting against other toxins that make their way into our environment everyday ....


also see -> Office Life : Health & Safety | Earth Day Celebrations

More about environmental health around the Web:

Center For Children's Health And the Environment
- Nicely organized site that presents facts in scientific research and media articles. Responsible coverage and links to legislative action, with topics including pesticides and household chemicals, lead in toys, BPA and other toxic plastics.

Healthy Child Healthy World - Erin Brockovich is on the board of this organization. Their goal is to make the environment safe for all kids with feature articles offering helpful tips for keeping families safe from everyday dangers.

US Agency For Toxic Substances And Disease Registry - U.S. Government site that tracks links between toxic substances and disease. World Trade Center Health Registry and National Asbestos Exposure Review can be accessed here.

NIEHS Kids Pages - Here's a nice kid-friendly guide to the topic with information on home & garden chemicals, radon testing, oil spills, noise pollution and related environmental safety tips.

ToxNet - This searchable site provides "... a cluster of databases on toxicology, hazardous chemicals, and related areas." The U.S. National Library of Medicine information may be a bit technical, but it's a good resource for facts.


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