What you can do: Don’t buy the jewelry that’s most likely to contain toxic lead levels.
What you can do: Support companies whose products have low lead levels, and keep all adult lipsticks out of the hands—and mouths—of tots.
What you can do: Learn where dioxin lurks, and buy products that don't contribute to dioxin poisoning.
What you can do: Switch to organic lawn care, and filter your water to keep your blood sugar in check.
What you can do: Eliminate the cancer-causing agents you can, and screen yourself for problems caused by the chemicals you can't avoid.
What you can do: Eat fast food less often, and watch how you use those nonstick pans.
What you can do: Shop for chemical-free furniture and find other ways to make your home fire-safe.
What you can do: Call your Congressman in support of stricter chemical regulation that protects you from chronic diseases and unknown hazards.
What you can do: Find out how many products in your daily life contain nanoparticles, and cut back on the ones with the greatest potential for harm.
What you can do: Limit chemical exposure by filtering your drinking water and making other protective changes.