Guest Blogger

Douglas Carlton Abrams

Douglas Carlton Abrams

Douglas Carlton Abrams is the nationally bestselling author of Eye of the Whale, an eco-thriller about the health of our children and of the planet. His novels have been published in thirty languages. He writes fact-based fiction and did extensive research for his new novel, including swimming with and recording humpback whales, meeting present-day whalers, and cage diving with great white sharks. Previously an editor at the University at California Press and HarperCollins, he is the cofounder of Idea Architects, a book and media development agency working visionaries to create a wiser, healthier, and more just world.

For more information about endocrine disruption, the research mentioned in Doug’s blog posts, and about Doug’s novel, please visit www.DouglasCarltonAbrams.com

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Blog Posts by Douglas Carlton Abrams

  • Top Ten Things You Can Do to Protect Your Family and the Planet

    Top Ten Things You Can Do to Protect Your Family and the Planet

    1. Educate yourself about endocrine disruptors, and educate your family and friends. Read the novel or other books (like Our Stolen Future:

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  • Will my Child get Sick?

    Will my Child get Sick?

    Why do some children and adults get sick from these chemical contaminants and others do not? This is an important question that has to do with genes, chemical cocktails, and even possibly stress.

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  • One Fish, Two Fish, Boy Fish or Girl Fish?

    One Fish, Two Fish, Boy Fish or Girl Fish?

    On June 27, 2009, Nicholas Kristof of The New York Times reported that over 80% of the male smallmouth bass swimming in the Potomac River had eggs. You read that right, male fish having eggs. Well, unless a lot has changed since my biology class, males are not supposed to have eggs. Unfortunately a lot […]

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  • mice

    An Unprecedented Experiment on our Children

    From 1973 to 1999, childhood cancers increased by 26 percent, making cancer the greatest health threat to children. Currently, one in a 100 8-year-old children in the U.S. have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, according to U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention researchers, and the number might be as high as 1 in […]

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  • What’s Happening to our Children?

    What’s Happening to our Children?

    I am honored to serve as a guest blogger on Dr. Greene’s marvelous site. My wife is a holistic physician, and we tried to raise our children green, but there was much less knowledge about green parenting.

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