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Author: Malcolm Romano

Ever wondered what that new car smell was doing to your health? Well if you drive a Honda Civic or CR-Z or Toyota Prius you can breathe easy as they were rated the healthiest. If however you recently purchased a Mitsubishi Outlander or Chrysler (family...

Bisphenol A seems impossible to avoid. It contaminates food, thermal receipts and drinks served in certain plastic bottles. A new study finds its reach goes even further. Researchers detected trace amounts of BPA in a wide variety of paper products most of us touch every...

3.5 million homes in Australia contain lead-based paint (Lead Group, 2012). Listen to my podcast interview on The Good Doctors on the heavy metal lead. It’s that time of year again when our children go back to school and it got me thinking about a study I...

You probably already know that some plastics are a health hazard in particularly PVC (3), polystyrene (6) and polycarbonate (7) because they contain hormone disrupting chemicals which are thought to be contributing to early puberty, diabetes, obesity, heart disease as well as cancer of the...