Chemicals, Cancer, and Change
    May 7, 2010
    Chemicals, Cancer, and Change

    One of the most exciting reports I have ever read, Reducing Environmental Cancer Risk – What We Can Do Now, was released this week by the President’s Cancer Panel, along with significant coverage …

    A Chemical Safety Net for Our Kids
    January 20, 2010
    A Chemical Safety Net for Our Kids

    Many parents assume that our current government regulations do a pretty good job of protecting our children from exposures to unhealthy chemicals – not realizing that the current law from the 1970…

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    October 20, 2009
    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 aut…

    Autism and Inflammation
    November 19, 2004
    Autism and Inflammation

    Autism and related conditions continue to become more common. Autism is the fastest growing developmental disability, increasing in frequency by more than 10 percent each year; this makes finding its …

    The Autism Solution
    January 14, 2004
    The Autism Solution

    “Someone snuck into my home and stole my one-and-a-half year old’s mind, leaving his bewildered body behind.” This is how it feels to have your son diagnosed with autism, according to Jon Shesta…

    Links Between Chemicals and Health
    March 20, 2003
    Links Between Chemicals and Health

    Choosing organic foods can make a big difference for our children. Industrial agriculture techniques are relatively recent innovations. When my parents were young, the bulk of our food supply was not …

    Autism on the Rise
    October 20, 2002
    Autism on the Rise

    Can you trust statistics? Back in 1999, a report from California's Department of Developmental Services, concluded that the number of children with profound autism had grown from 2,778 in 1987 to 10,3…