From head to toe, your winter gear may be covered with PFAS “forever” chemicals.
Articles by Amy Ziff
A new study found that babies had over 10 times the amount of microplastics particles in their feces compared to adults.
A new report identified over 10,000 chemicals in the manufacturing and production of plastics. The report, with its worrying long list of chemicals, gives us a glimpse at the problem, and a place to begin to find solutions.
A recent study found that nearly half of cosmetic products tested contained toxic “forever chemicals” – per- and polyfluoroalkyl (PFAS).
Here are spring cleaning tips for safe and effective toxic-free home cleaning.
COUNT DOWN by Shanna Swan warns that everyday chemicals from products and foods are harming our fertility and reproductive health.
Studies report that plastics are a severe threat to our children’s health. Here’s why and what to do about it.
Having fewer harmful chemicals in our bodies and the world means the ecosystem can begin to recover and become more resilient. And helping to improve the health of the ecosystem can help our polluted world.
35% of ocean plastic pollution comes from the plastic fibers we wear and wash. Starting with the laundry, our Mom Detective shares ways to reduce plastic pollution in our homes.
A scientist experiences the devastating effects of climate change on his home and family, and shares his personal account and an important message for all of us.
Due to Covid-19, our exercise workouts have changed. Does home exercise equipment contain toxic chemicals that may harm health?
It’s “Plastic-free July” – a global movement to raise awareness and help abolish single-use plastic. But consumption of single-use plastic has grown over 100% since Covid began. Our Mom Detective asks, “Does it make sense to try and curb my plastic consumption this year?”