More About: 'Toxic-chemicals'

Your Pots & Pans Could Be Toxic. Caraway Wants to Change That

When was the last time you took a good look at your pots and pans? We’re not just talking about scratches—we mean the actual materials used to make that kitchenware. If you’re drawing a blank, not to worry. Jordan Nathan, founder and CEO of Caraway, is here to help. In today’s Dining In feature, Nathan ...

5 Potentially Toxic Ingredients You Definitely Don’t Want in Your Beauty Products

We created the Health Hacks on a Budget video course series to make it as easy as possible for everyone to save time and money while living a healthy life. In this series, we share simple recipes, easy tips, and educational information to help you and your family thrive.

5 Easy Ways to Banish Toxic Air From Your Home

Health is not just about the food we eat—our environment has a huge influence on our overall health as well. A large percentage of cancers are caused by environmental factors, such as exposure to cleaning agents and other products around the home that contain known carcinogenic materials.

VIDEO: How to Make Non-Toxic, Hypoallergenic Play-Doh (Yep, Kids Can Help!)

Play-Doh is pretty much a staple of early childhood playtime. From the squishy, moldable texture, to the iconic smell, down to the bright colors, it appeals to all of the senses and can keep creative little ones preoccupied for hours. (OK, maybe not an entire hour, but you’ll take what you can get, right?)

The 12 Toxic Hormone Disruptors You Probably Have In Your Home

Here’s a riddle for you: What could nonstick pans, corn, plastic kids toys, cleaning products, and cosmetics all have in common? Each could be hiding hormone disruptors—potentially toxic chemicals that can interfere with your body’s endocrine system. These chemicals have been linked to a wide range of health concerns, including fertility problems, diminished sex drive, ...

BPA Is Still Lurking In Many Supermarket Staples

Next time you pick up a can of chicken noodle soup or baked beans, ask yourself: Will your supper come with a side of harmful chemicals? Even if you shop for organic vegetables grown without pesticides, and grass-fed beef raised without antibiotics, canned foods could introduce a suspect chemical into your body.

Forget Toxic Chemicals—There’s a ‘New Smell of Clean’

Take a quick look at the cleaning products under your kitchen sink. Chances are, you’ll see tons of artificial fragrances and dyes, harsh chemicals, glycol ethers, and more harmful ingredients.

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