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Hazards

From cloth and paper (cellulose) in ancient times, to glass, metal and plastics in modern day life, food packaging has undergone profound changes in the past 50 years. We have been provided with ever more lighter materials that make it easier to open, store, reseal,...

Extract from Healthy Home Healthy Family (2nd edition) by Nicole Bijlsma. Due in September 2012. The cosmetic industry is largely self-regulated which can mean little or no regulation. Put simply manufacturers can put (almost) whatever ingredients they want into their products. Many of the ingredients are...

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...