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Nobility Calls

By Deirdre Imus, 10-18-2018 Some make Volunteering a lifetime endeavor and inspire others to do the same. It can happen by accident.


Memo to EPA-Who's Protecting Our Kids (And Yours Too)?

By Deirdre Imus, October 17, 2018 As someone who has advocated for the health of children and our planet for more than two decades, I was disheartened to learn.


Glyphosate: An Environmental Crisis

By Deirdre Imus,9-20-2018 I hate to say I told you so, especially when it comes to an environmental health crisis. Most of the time I hope that I’m worrying about nothing, even though all evidence usually points to the contrary.


Trees, Their Power and Protection

By Deirdre Imus, 8-24-2018 Of the many things we take for granted in this life, it’s safe to say trees are at the top of the list.


Beyond Back to School

By Deirdre Imus, August 7, 2018 The only thing more inevitable than the long, lazy days of summer is the return to school at each summer’s end. For parents and teachers alike it’s a time filled with planning and purchasing and preparation.


Integrative Medicine at the VA

The VA is the largest national health system in our country, with over 330,000 staff at more than 150 hospitals serving 9 million veterans. The challenges some of our veterans face—chronic pain, PTSD, depression—are huge, and the strength and courage one sees from VA patients and staff is inspiring.​


Summer, Sun and Safety

By Deirdre Imus, July 2018 But it is possible, and even easy in most instances, to keep your kids and yourselves protected from warm-weather nuisances this time of year. From the sun to the water to the land, here are a few tips for staying safe (and sane!) as the mercury rises.


Cell Phones and 5G Technology

By Deirdre Imus, June 2018 Many of the problems that stem from these devices, such as concerns over safety and online bullying, have been plaguing parents for more than a decade.


Let's Protect Our Kids and Our Planet

By Deirdre Imus, May 2018 My life’s work, and that of The Deirdre Imus Environmental Health Center, has been devoted to identifying and reducing toxic environmental exposures to protect and improve children’s health.


What's Your Walden Pond?

By Deirdre Imus, May 2018 In the middle of last summer, while many of us were relishing the great outdoors, a little-noticed study revealed that the water in Massachusetts’ celebrated Walden Pond has gotten kind of icky.

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