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Tip #3 For Earth Day – Stop Using Pesticides & Chemical Fertilizers On Your Yard

Published on April 18, 2012 By admin

  Here are just a few shocking statistics about chemical fertilizers, herbicides & pesticides.  According to the U.S. National Wildlife Federation, the average suburban lawn receives 10 times as much chemical pesticide per acre, per year, as farmland.  Also, where pesticides are used, 60-90% of earthworms are killed, earthworms are extremely important for maintaining soil […]

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High, Low, Rate Your Chemical Sensitivity. What is it?

Published on April 26, 2011 By admin

Environmental Evaluation Rate yourself with the following environmental evaluation.  See how sensitive you are. Rate on a scale of 1 to 10 – 1 being Low and 10 High   What is your reaction to the following?   1. Odor of the fruit and vegetable sections of supermarkets 2. Detergent aisle of food store 3. […]

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Bleach, Ammonia & dangerous household chemicals under your sink?

Published on April 4, 2011 By admin

Are Bleach, Ammonia or other dangerous household chemicals under your sink? We would like to begin this blog with a thought provoking quote…… “We are conducting a vast toxicologic  experiment in our society, in which our children and our children’s children are the experimental subject”   Dr. Herbert Needleman Pediatrician and Professor at the University […]

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12 Facts on Chemical Toxins Likely to be in Your Home……

Published on March 28, 2011 By admin

12 Facts on Chemical Toxins Likely to be in Your Home……     1.  81,000 chemicals registered with the EPA in the last 30 years, and fewer than 20% have been tested for toxicity!   2.  90% of all poison exposures occur at home   3.  218,316 reported poison exposures in 2005 were from household […]

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