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Greening Your Child

The World Health Organization estimates that we could prevent more than 80 percent of all chronic illnesses by improving our lifestyles in simple ways, like working to reduce your family’s exposure to environmental pollutants and eating a healthier diet.  Every week, more chemicals are introduced into our environment, often without first being tested for safety on humans, much less safety on children.  These toxins pervade every aspect of our lives.  We spray our lawns with pesticides, and eat fish contaminated with mercury, and drink milk pumped up with hormones.  We are inundating ourselves with toxins 24/7.

As parents, and as a society, we need to become more vigilant about shielding our children from these environmental insults.   Throughout this website you’ll find useful information, scientific, peer reviewed studies and easy, simple steps you can take to green your life.

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Top Five Environmental Threats To Children's Health

 Baby_in_BlanketGreening Your Baby
There's a new movement under way to go green -- starting from the first days of life...


kids_201703 Kids and Teens
There are many green resources that show us how to improve the environment our kids and teens live in.  Here you will find information you could share with your children, and ways you can provide a greener and healthier future.   




Ladies_at_SpaImportance of natural Skin Care

Over the past 35 years, it’s been wonderful to watch as many people have embraced the idea that what we put in our bodies affects our health.   Believe it or not, back in the 70’s, when I began my fascination with nutrition; the general understanding of the critical role diet played in our health was not quite where it is today. 



hot_dogs_shutterstock_174734501_cropEWG's Dirty Dozen Guide to Food Additives

Food should be good for you. But some isn’t. More than 10,000 additives* are allowed in food.  Some are direct additives that are deliberately formulated into processed food. Others are indirect additives that get into food during processing, storage and packaging. How do you know which ones to avoid because they raise concerns and have been linked to serious health problems, including endocrine disruption and cancer?



srosenGreen Pediatrician
Looking for holistic healthcare for your child? Author and green living expert Deirdre Imus discusses how a 'green' pediatrician can help. (FoxNewsHealth - February 26, 2010) 




Greening Your School
According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, more than 60 million Americans — one-fifth of the population — spend their days inside school buildings as students, faculty, staff and administration.



Updated 10-13-2021 

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