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Cause a Stir, Reconnect with Silent Spring

By Deirdre Imus, 4/10/2017 Spring is a perfect time for new beginnings. We clean, we plant, we reconnect with the natural world. The season provides a unique opportunity to inspire, and to be inspired.

 

Let's Give em Something to Buzz About

By Deirdre Imus, 8-23-2016 There’s been a lot of buzz lately about honeybees, those quasi-nuisances that can send even the most stoic among us into a tailspin trying to avoid an encounter.

 

Warning: Glyphosate is Toxic and Everywhere

By Deirdre Imus, February 7, 2017 When it comes to our children’s health, it seems there is a new boogey monster every week. Whether mercury, bisphenol-A, phthalates, or something else, there is no shortage of carcinogens permeating our environment, posing a threat to all people, big and small.

 

Mind the Gap

By Lawrence Rosen, MD-November, 2016 In 2007, Deirdre Imus and I published a landmark paper chronicling the disproportionate impact of environmental health concerns on children, making a strong case for urgent need to address pediatric environmental injustice.

 

My Top 10 Gifts For Kids This Holiday Season

By Deirdre Imus, November 28, 2016 The daily business of life – especially with kids – is hard. This past year in particular has felt more stressful than most, with many of us worrying about things far beyond our control.

 

Healthy Halloween Fun

By Deirdre Imus, September 29 Fall is arguably the most exciting time of year, every year. For some, it’s the increasingly chilly air, gorgeous scenery, and juicy apples, followed by a smattering of beloved holidays celebrated with family and friends. For others, it’s all about one special day in particular.​

 

GMO Labeling: The Dark Act Will Keep Us All In The Dark

By Deirdre Imus-8/9/2016 Late last week, amid a busy news cycle, President Barack Obama quietly signed into law a bill creating federal labeling standards for foods containing genetically modified organisms, or GMOs. Sounds great, right? Problem solved? Advocates satisfied?

 

Take A Vacation From Stress

By Deirdre Imus-July 2016 Summer evokes a sense of nostalgia in most of us: carefree days and nights spent on the beach, chasing lightning bugs in the yard, licking melted ice cream off sticky fingers.​

 

Something Stinks Under Your Sink

By Deirdre Imus, June 1, 2016 According to a new report released last week, a toxic chemical that is also a known hormone disruptor is more pervasive than ever.

 

Are We There Yet?

By Deirdre Imus, June 22, 2016 The saying goes that with little kids you take trips, not vacations. A vacation is relaxing; a getaway involving children is usually anything but.

 
 
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